LP: Understand completely, If he manages to get you one from Cullen, would you let us know if there
are any differences to it. Will be interesting to see, and I can make a note of them.
I hear you loud and clear on that supermarket dilemma. I love my seafood and for most of my life I've
been used to getting it, one way or another, sourced locally. Sometimes only minutes from sea to pan,
Mmmmm. Now, I eat very little of it but when I do, it comes from the shops and It's nothing compared
to the real-deal. Especially my favourite, scallops done in butter and added to my fry-up.
Need to stop, am salivating worse than a rabid dug.
Morag: Aye, there's a bit of flaffin aboot, when it comes to squid, for very little reward.
Unless you can conjure up a nice sauce. Even then I wouldn't bother. I'd do exactly as you did, feed the cat.
I think the smell, that puts me off, is a combination of the boiling buttermilk mixing with the smell of the
boiled fish. It has to be because boiled fish, on it's own, is neither here nor there with me.
Good Idea Meg.
Especially If you don't get on with your neighbours.