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the ancient mariner

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Fish & Chips revisited Tue, 10/23/07 1:53 PM (permalink)
On Nov 11th I expect a group of English guests.

Well two anyhow, and if that ain't a group I'm not from Brook-a-lean.

So I planned on wearing my best bib and tucker and serving fish and chips. I even went so far as to order a copy of an English newspaper to wrap the fish in. I don't fool around !!!

In preparation for this momentous occasion I decided to try out the recipes I had put together well in advance.

Last night the lovely Mary Ann and I had a fantastic dinner of

Absolutely top drawer--don't you know. Never had better at my club, old chap !!!!

But I will not make it for guests.

The kitchen was smokie for an hour after the cooking. How come the alarms didn't go off, you ask ?? Because I disconnected them in advance.

I wasn't absolutely sure of the temperature of the cooking oil--had to play it by ear, but I can't take a chance with hi-class company.

Cooking for 2 is easier than cooking for 4 guests, two of whom happen (or not happen) to be British.

So we will have prime ribs with Yorkshire pudding because those things I am sure of.

Cheers (a great TV show)

The Ancient Mariner
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