Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Catching our supper

Photo: Vincent Mounier - from Sea Birds

We're having fish for dinner, but not these. These were being hunted by cormorants in the Rockport harbour when Vince was there.

Our supper is a fat smoked trout, from the Catskills. I bought a bunch of wild watercress, too, "from the last piece of freshwater* that New York City left us," said the blue-eyed troutman at the Union Square Farmers Market... 

(*And it seems we're going to frack with that Catskills water, now.)

3 comments:

  1. Love the way cormorants come up like submarines surfacing. Neat birds! As usual, the Frenchman is taking neat photos.

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  2. thanks for a wonderful hour this morning spent immersed in your posts- a delicious treat after the craziness x

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  3. I had halibut caught by my nephew outside of Homer.

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