Actually they aren't that bad. Try adding lemon/lime juice to it. Let it sit for about ten minutes then cook it. If they are too fishy, you can soak it in milk for a bit and that will help. Texture wise there isn't much you can do. Only way would be to dredge them and sautee them.
Thanks for this info but I don't think I'll eat them again..on purpose.
make your own, 3 cans of Hunt's whole tomatoes, a third of a cup of extra virgin olive oil, 1 clove of garlic, half an onion chopped, salt, pepper and whatever fried meat you want.
That sounds good....have you ever tried it w/balsamic vinegar in it?