Six Word Saturday – Skeletal remains of a simple feast

Couldn’t resist a little Red Mullet when I was at the fishmonger’s yesterday…some Jersey Royal potatoes and loads of green veg completed my meal last evening……oh, and a glass of rosé went nicely…

This photo was inspired by Meg saying she liked skeletons….but I think she meant skeletal vegetation….this doesn’t fit the bill, then.

The skeleton from the feast

The skeleton from the feast

What was I celebrating? Well, nothing, except perhaps the arrival of summer….

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48 comments

  1. I wouldn’t change a thing on the menu except the word simple into fantastic! 😉

  2. It’s a while since I enjoyed a red mullet. It looks like you enjoyed that meal, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Love fish, but hate fish bones 😦
    Have you seen a swallow then? I am still waiting for the swifts to return – maybe they don’t come to Cornwall?

    • Sue

      The flavour of fish cooked on the bone is best, but I confess to mostly getting my fish filleted and pin boned – no messing around!
      As for the swallow, of course not! It will just feel like summer for a few days!

      • Some fish is easier to take off the bone than others, but I do prefer filleted. Enjoy your summer whilst I sit here in the mizzle enjoying the birdsong 🙂

      • Sue

        Well, it’s been weather to sit outside in a T-shirt here for the last couple of days, but the sun is hiding behind clouds now, and the wind has got up a bit….fine by me as I can’t do heat these days! Tomorrow should be very sunny and warm though….

    • They’ll be there don’t worry!

  4. Agree, regarding pin boned and filleted fish , but I don’t dislike finding some bones here and there if it’s worth the while…
    Love the photo!

  5. I’d have to make do with the tatoes and the wine!

  6. Salmon on the menu tonight! I’d rather have fish than most anything.

  7. :0)–if it’s evening, you must be across the pond. Only noon here.

  8. Yum; sounds perfect, and beautifully remembered in that gorgeous image.

  9. Works for me. Cheers!

    janet

  10. I don’t know about only vegetable skeletons. I’m always impressed by the strength in delicacy of bones, and their intricate shaping and connections. I’m glad this one offered you pleasure as you excavated it. Thanks for thinking of me! Oh, and you are an extraordinarily neat fish-eater.

  11. Lovely to see you use your proper fish knife and fork – I have a lovely old set but it tends to stay in the cupboard!

  12. I’m sure a very tasty and a very healthy meal Sue!

  13. Wow Sue, summer already and great to see you are off to such a good start with such a pleasant repast!

  14. Pat

    Yup, that looks like my plate when I sit back and say, “I should have taken a photo of that beautiful meal.

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