Breakfast for Dinner; The Story of Turbot — 7 Comments

  1. You are too funny, girl! Turbot or Rodaballo is a delicious fish with such hard tasty meat… I love it♥. Also merluza is great (hake)or lluç in catalan. And yes, all heads and bones go home for the fish stock, how could anyone throw that away? (a puzzled face here).
    We have an old tradition with seafood and it’s proved to be so healthy. It’s great that you addopted some of our gastronomical habbits, don’t you think? Plus, your marie learned some fishmonger skills ;D
    I miss your comments in my blog 🙁

  2. I fekt the same way when I had the butcher French 4 tiny little porkchops. I wanted to say “no thanks” but what’s a girl to do. I love pancakes for dinner sometimes so I am into the whole breakfast at dinner frame of mind:D

  3. lol, you’ve articulated all of my feelings about fish (which I’ve been working hard to undo) that I hadn’t quite formulated as well in my head.
    And I’m with you about breakfast for dinner–something I haven’t done in a long time! If my wife and I crave a midnight snack, we won’t opt for the junk: we go for scrambled eggs, of all things. That has looks great

  4. Thank you, thank you everyone for your comments…
    I am borrowing internet at the moment, so, please believe how happy I am that you are reading and commenting… but I only get minutes per day… I read them offline!
    I treasure them all, and will get back to reading all your blogs soon!
    And a special thanks to my new readers/commenters… I’ll visit when I have real internet again, I promise!

  5. LOL!! I can picture the sniggering Catalan fishmonger… and the snail-harvesting neighbour! Funny to think of loads of seafood being consumed in land-locked Andorra but then you forget it’s not far from Barcelona… Have never cooked turbot and your story does not inspre confidence – but the breakfast/diner dish looks heavenly