Monday, June 20, 2005

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The grilled sgombri (mackerel) I ordered was deboned and utterly devoid of the mustiness so often associated with this fish - it was of a spanking freshness that tasted of the sea. Served with preternaturally sweet cherry tomatoes, ripened by the intense Sicilian sun, crescents of pungently aromatic Tropea onion, and a frothy oregano-inflected sabayon, it was nothing short of stunning.


Blogger Jocelyn:McAuliflower said...

Oh my goodness!

What beautiful meals... I running off to go get my lunch now because of this!

I look forward to pouring over your entry more :)

3:43 am, June 21, 2005  
Blogger Joycelyn said...

hi mcauliflower
have a yummy lunch! btw, dig those nectarine tarts you made...cheers,

9:11 pm, June 21, 2005  
Blogger the baker said...

oh wow wee! the food looks great and highly interesting. have never been to sicily but your pictures just make me wanna go there, just to try out the food! but i'm sure sights were lovely too eh? anyway thank God lunch time is only half and hour's away cos' your photos really whet my appetite...

11:35 am, June 22, 2005  
Blogger Joycelyn said...

hi the baker, sights were indeed stunning. but as usual, i kept getting distracted by what to eat and where to eat...

12:38 am, June 25, 2005  

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