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Monday, July 30, 2018
Taste of the Week
Kay O’Connell’s Wild Sea Trout
Nosing around the English Market last Friday and spotted a hand-written* sign up on the O’Connell Fish Stall drawing attention to their Wild Sea Trout. Brought a couple of fillets home and the Official Blog Chef turned them into our Taste of the Week.
This noble trout, full of flavour, is worth every cent. Pan-fried, skin side first. Peas and spinach from the garden were recruited. Potatoes were diced, garlic and herb added, and cooked in a very high oven before the other veg were added and tossed with the potatoes.
So there you, no great fuss but a fantastic Taste of the Week.
* He’ll probably type them when he opens in Bishopstown!
K O’Connell Fish Merchants