A good meal….

This was the scene after I had devoured my Dover Sole on Friday evening… skin and bones:

Delicious fish, and not a bad wine either (more of that for another day)!

18 comments

  1. Looks fabulous. Living in Grimsby I am a Haddock man myself. Once you open a bottle of wine you must drink it in case it goes off!

    • Sue

      No, Andrew, I am not going to pickle my liver…. some wines can survive a day or three in the fridge…..

      • Winston Churchill died at the ripe old age of 90.

        A miracle some might say, considering he had drunk an estimated forty-two thousand bottles of Pol Roger champagne through his life; he thought nothing of starting the morning with cold game and a glass of hock and ending it in the late afternoon with the best part of a bottle of cognac.

        Wine goes off if you don’t drink it straight away!

      • Sue

        I shall ignore your last line

  2. Don’t mind if I do! 🙂 🙂 (and laughing at you and Andrew 🙂 )

  3. It looks like it was an excellent meal.

    janet

  4. I agree with Andrew about the wine, especially if it is red. I rarely drink white, but I know it will last in the fridge.
    You did a good job with the Dover Sole, picked clean! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. I definitely should not have seen this before I had dinner. It looked terribly inviting, but sadly I didn’t find myself filled up with the fish.

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