Don’t worry, I wasn’t going to say, that’s me. 😉
But see below, in Dutch it’s called “Schelvis lever”
I believe it’s Haddock liver. I’ve never really seen it anywhere except for Holland.
It’s a really nice little treat and has got fantastic flavor.
I know in Japan they eat “ankimo”, it’s monk-fish liver. But the taste is different.
I’m always happy when my dad brings me a few cans when he visits me.
Have you ever had it?
Had to share this picture. I have possibly one of the strangest cats in the world.
Because I’m really a dog person and never in a million years thought I’d ever own one (due to my daughter but that is a story for another time), I think she obliges me by acting like a dog most of the time. She chews on the tv clicker, is clumsy like a dog and eats her food like my old boxer used to with much sound and slobber. I couldn’t find her but then located her in a garbage filled with clothes.
Baby spinach with olive oil and balsamic
Having grown up in Europe, I think often about the bravery of the young US, Canadian and Russian soldiers that fought hard to help liberate my country and many others from the Nazi’s.
Canned wild salmon, scallions, cucumber, spicy (homemade) pepper relish, shredded baby spinach, two eggs, vegenaise. Mix and enjoy. A few blueberries and 2 large strawberries.
A recent sunset:
That’s part of a Jimmy Buffett song, and part of the reason that you have not seen many posts recently. The summer has arrived here in Florida. The crowds thin, and the locals come out to play. After 5 hard working months of a very hectic season, it’s time to slow down. Take beach walks, watch dolphins frolic and listen for manatee snorts. Not just the people, but the animals seem to know it too. When I go fishing on the beach, the moment my cast net comes out, I have an immediate visit from an egret. He keeps me company while I fish, and in turn, I share a bait fish or two with him. I’m positive it’s never the same one, but I have one name for them all. I call him Mr. Jones. They are very well mannered birds. Always grateful for the treat they didn’t have to wade and fish for, but never pushy. I’ve grown quit fond of them. The fishing has not been great as of yet, but it will come, and I look forward to going home with lots of fresh fish in the coming months. In addition to my meal pictures, I will try and share some pictures of the birds, beach, dolphins etc. If you all would like that. Thank you Naomi for your nice comment and to Dave C. for sending me an email that had me smiling all morning.
The local city tennis tournament is on it’s way here, and it lasts the whole month of May. Close to 700 entries in all categories and levels. It’s one of the largest amateur tournaments in the country. With all the play in the heat, I’m trying to get some more yams and sweet potatoes in my diet. Between tennis and heavier weight workouts, it seems to be helping recovery periods.
Breakfast this morning;
Grilled burger, grilled onion slices, boiled yam. Olive oil drizzle and a sprinkle of sea-salt.