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I'm going to eat you little fishy...

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Dinner - fresh sardines with basil and partridgeberry sauce...
14th May 2005, 20:45   | tags:,

bronxelf says:

I don't even know what a partridgeberry is. :(

But that's a lovely composition. The red sauce is stuitably gruessome. :D

14th May 2005, 20:46

alexis says:

I have to agree about the red sauce.

and, I usually am not extremely thrilled with food that's still got its eyes in... but that looks really good.

14th May 2005, 20:51

Joe says:

we should hold a moblog dinner party, I reckon the food would be fit for kings :)

14th May 2005, 20:54

bronxelf says:

Absolutely. :D

14th May 2005, 20:54

mat says:

I don't know what a partridgeberry is either, but we've got a bottle of them in the cupboard. I think they're a bit like blueberries, but slightly different in taste. Canadian thing, iirc Very nice, whatever it is - the sweet/tart sauce goes as well over steak as it does fish as it does ice cream.

Ice cream! *rummages in freezer*

14th May 2005, 21:04

alexis says:

joe- I'm having a hard enough time looking at all this and only three people have been food-blogging today.... hold a moblog dinner party, and, well, just, warn me in advance. I'll stay away from the recent page/ lest i cry all over my keyboard.

14th May 2005, 21:11

ookiine says:

Cat likes to eat little fishies!

14th May 2005, 21:56

mat says:

The cat, frankly, went mental the second I got the fish out of the fridge. She got some, in the end. Nearly purred the house down...

14th May 2005, 22:04

rikaitch says:

That's a slightly large fish for putting into your ear...

14th May 2005, 23:30

crazyb says:

Did you cook Mat?

If so come visit, I can't persuade anyone around here to eat fresh fish! And I love it (oh and my cat of course! lol)

14th May 2005, 23:36

mat says:

I did cook, yes. It took about six minutes, including washing the pan. Yet another reason why fresh fish is such a good food (cheap too!)

14th May 2005, 23:41

daz says:

Yeah, but the house smells bad for days afterwards.

(Of course, I live in the attic, and the smell creeps up to me and just lingers there, offending my sensitive vegetarian nose, because my mum fails to air out the kitchen properly.)

15th May 2005, 00:00

Joe says:

after 4 hours of wracking my brains...I realised where the title of this post came from :D

15th May 2005, 00:02

mat says:

Our fridge currently contains Brie, Roquefort, unpasturised goats cheese, more brie AND a big bag of fish. All fresh (well, edible at least)

There's no getting round the smell in there right now.

15th May 2005, 00:03

mat says:

'cos I like eating fish!

*purrs*

15th May 2005, 00:03

daz says:

Yeah, but those smells are different... I guess I'd rather smell cheese in the fridge than fried fish in the entire house. ;)

15th May 2005, 00:10

danewf says:

Partridge Berries are very, very good for you. Also excellent for a substitute for cranberry sauce. I pick them every fall in Newfoundland Canada.

4th Oct 2007, 16:28

jetblacknewmoblog says:

a fruit-realated question... do boysenberries actually exist? i went to knotts berry farm theme park in california and they were selling drinks and cakes with boysenberries in. i was young and innocent back then but now, i find it less believable and was simply a dangerous mix of fatty american stuff.

4th Oct 2007, 16:43

Mandy. says:

4th Oct 2007, 16:48