Kenny’s concoction.

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Today dawned and I awoke to the cacophonous cackling  of the Magpie’s on my roof top. It is a good thing the are not nocturnal, or no sleep at all would be had. Noisy little sod’s they are.  Normally it would be the crows squawking or the sound of dogs barking somewhere far off in the distance, that disturb me from my sacred slumber. I lay there a while, eye’s closed waiting for my still unconscious brain, to awake and to collect my thoughts. I figured out that it was Friday and Friday means fish.

I had been delivered a very nice piece of choice Cod and some King prawns the day before. So after sparking up my park-ray and drinking my obligatory 2 cup’s of coffee and 1 cup of tea,  I set about preparing my food for the day. It is so simple to prepare, quick with very little messing about or indeed mess ! First I poach the Cod in milk, prepare the salad and introduce the King prawns and Cod to it. Mixing and tossing the salad it soon begins to look appetizing and I can never resist the temptation to sample a morsel or 3. 

I am sure my beautiful friend Kate could offer a few tips that would enhance this fishy dish.

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You have here a good mixture of textures, as your teeth sink into the crunchy King prawns and the chunky flakes of Atlantic Cod seem to fall apart and melt on the tongue . Scrumdiddlyumtious.  M.M.M.   I imagine a glass of fine white wine would be the order of the day. But as I am a none drinker I enjoy a glass of Clementine juice instead. This combo works well for me.  For desert a simple apple pie with custard, then soon my sofa begins to whisper my name.

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Being a type 2 diabetic, I am perfectly aware that I should omit desert.  But There are many things we should not do, but we do them anyway, more often as not to our determent.

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Why not try this over the weekend, it will make a difference from your usual meat and 2 veg.

Kenny  🙂

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11 responses to “Kenny’s concoction.

  1. I like this insight on your day, dear Kenny. And now I know where Mary Poppins got her scrumdiddlyumtious vocabulary. Blessings of the season to you, my friend.

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  2. Sorry I missed sitting down with you for desert on this one Kenny looked Yummy! 🙂

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  3. I guess the fish was very very fresh which enhances the flavour no end! It looks as if you did a very good job on a tasty healthy meal, so you earned your apple pie. I have yet to meet a man who can resist Apple Pie

    Susan x

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    • Oh yes Susan, the fish was so fresh, it had been caught just a few hours earlier. Unfortunately it was not I who landed it. I say if one eats healthy food then one will die healthy lol Yes Susan never have been able to resist apple pie and custard. Would love to have tasted yours. 😉

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  4. Umm!! Share with Wolfie!! The closest I get to that on a Friday is an “Admiral’s Pie” ready meal lol 😉 I think it’s fairly safe to assume there’s no horse meat in it anyway!
    TWO cups of coffee AND a cup of tea to get you going in the morning?!! Oh wolfie fleas!! One cup of tea is usually all I get to consume before I stagger blearily out the door to wander sleepily off to work 😉 Then again…I don’t have to wake up to crows lol…it’s usually the loud and persistent cooing of wood pigeons above my window 😀
    Timid one 🙂

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    • Hi Timid one, well yes I am steer ing well away from mince, for the rest of my reign as a human being. Have always had my doubts as to just what was in my spaghetti.
      I had breast of Wood pigeon the other week while eating out with a friend, followed by a mane coarse of wild Rabbit. It was a wild wild night 😉 Well she was game lol
      Be well Timid one. 🙂

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  5. Fun to read this Kenny! Tuck in 🙂

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  6. Looks very nice!
    In Aberdeen there was an Oystercatcher which nested right over the ops room of the local police station. Very wise as the racket it made at night would have had someone taking a pop at it with an air rifle had it nested anywhere else.

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    • The oyster catcher habits have changed over the past 20 years. They normally nest on the ground. Perhaps it had been a naughty bird and felt it needed police protection.

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