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Old 07-24-2012, 01:11 PM   #191
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:13 PM   #192
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5 quid isn't bad at all! I liked your statement about Scottish seafood too, I couldn't agree more. Scotland,and Ireland are finally getting the recognition they deserve for top notch seafood.
hey tatt,i've got the bbc news on the telly in the background & i kid you not that a recent survey has shown that the orkney islanders are the happiest people in the uk.they haven't got to the bit yet that tells you why.let you know.looking at that baby i reckon it's got something to do with all that deeeelicious seafood.probably be something boring like they get more hours sunshine a day or something....hang about,,,,crab AND sunshine?.....heaven!!
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:13 PM   #193
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Margaux┤s Lunch: Classic Greek Chicken & Lemon Marmalade

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Old 07-24-2012, 01:20 PM   #194
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hey tatt,i've got the bbc news on the telly in the background & i kid you not that a recent survey has shown that the orkney islanders are the happiest people in the uk.they haven't got to the bit yet that tells you why.let you know.looking at that baby i reckon it's got something to do with all that deeeelicious seafood.probably be something boring like they get more hours sunshine a day or something....hang about,,,,crab AND sunshine?.....heaven!!
for an Island nation, It's hard to believe that the UK has always been thought of as just meat and potato. We aren't just talking jellied eels, cockles, and periwinkles, anymore when it comes to the UK, and seafood! lol
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:27 PM   #195
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for an Island nation, It's hard to believe that the UK has always been thought of as just meat and potato. We aren't just talking jellied eels, cockles, and periwinkles, anymore when it comes to the UK, and seafood! lol
the average brit doesn't eat enough fish/seafood which is unbelievable bearing in mind we are an island/seafaring nation with some of the cleanest,best stocked & most productive waters in the world.quality of the seafood/fish speaks for itself which is why spain,portugal,italy & the rest of mainland europe import so much of our catch.is there anything finer than a scottish langoustine?
stop press,stop press...they don't know why the orkney islanders are so happy....they just are apparently.i still reckon it's their crabs......!!
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:57 PM   #196
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don't know what it's called.made it up as i went along.mussel,chorizo,tomato,pepper,garlic & chilli thingy with bread,beer & the paella lady from sunday,sitting in the sun............
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Old 07-24-2012, 02:23 PM   #197
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Ms. Mofet,

Lovely photos ...

Ciao,
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Thank you Margi. You photos are wonderful also.
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The top is a tagine, but the base is a cast iron skillet. . . so, its a Country Tagine

What ever you wanna call it, it looks delish.
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Old 07-24-2012, 02:29 PM   #199
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The top is a tagine, but the base is a cast iron skillet. . . so, its a Country Tagine

What ever you wanna call it, it looks delish.
country tagine? i'm likin' it tatt!right....need to get back to paella lady.......
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