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January 23, 2008

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Yum! Your fish and erm, rings look perfectly fried. And that white trash remoulade looks damned tasty too.

The real shame is that I can't print this out and eat it. Combine this with the news that Lenny Kravitz is celibate and I'm about to go off my rocker!

That is fantastic. Just the presence of mind to go about making it yourself... isn't it awesome?! It looks scrumptious too. I wish we had access to local fish. I LOVE onion rings...why has it never occurred to me to try them myself? Up on the table tomorrow night!!

Ellen: You're new. Hi! How are things in Boulder? Husband has lots of family out there.

Jess: Lenny Kravitz is celibate? What a waste.

Ann: If there's one thing I can do, it's fry.

I was just thinking about fish and chips the other day. Maybe this is a sign from the universe that I should spend some quality time this weekend in the company of a pot of boiling oil.

Where's your local fish market? We could stand to eat some local fish. I asked at Donelan's and the fella said the shrimp were from Thailand.

Korinthe: It's hard to find shrimp from anywhere but Thailand these days. I use Steamers in Newton a lot because it's close and he usually has at least a few local choices. Other good fish markets, per local fish guru Helen at Beyond Salmon, are New Deal in East Cambridge and Captain Marden's in Wellesley.

Adele: Consider it a sign. That's good company to keep.

Oh that meal... yum!

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