cod fillét and what’s that sauce
This is a continuation of my previous post.
The only moment when almost everybody stopped talking was during lunch. The food, somehow, really kept the mouth from talking and I was glad it did. I could hear no talking but the sound of cutlery placed on plates. Seemed better for a moment. Some looked like a hungry wolf and gorged as soon as the food was served. But I wasn’t the happiest at all when I saw potatoes served on my plate. The cod fillét was luscious enough to become pleasing to the eyes as well as to the palates. But I would be more willing to eat this with rice, lol! Sometimes, we just can’t get what we want.
I think I’ve to eat rice everyday. Can’t live without it =)
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Same here, blinkky. Rice has always been my staple food.
Lol, yes I would much rather have it with rice too. Parang kulang pag walang rice. 🙂
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Liza, parang di kasi nakakabusog ang potatoes at tinapay, hehee!
Sure, likewise. I’ve found your site sa WW and I like it. 😉
I always order food with rice on the side. Hehe. Di ako nabubuhay ng potatoes lang!
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Ganun din ako, kung hindi lang free yan ay rice na ang inorder ko, hehee.
I guess being Asian, rice is still very much our staple food. I was wondering if they would serve rice or exchange the potato with rice for you, if you asked? I never tried something like this before and was thinking maybe they would. 😉
BK, I’d be glad to exchange it to rice if I could. But the lunch was free courtesy of our bosses so we had no choice. Although we had rice a year before so I thought we’d have the same this year.
ahhh..meal time…it is always the best time of all…glad God created tummy for us…so that we can sit together and have a good fellowship with others.
And meals can keep the mouth free from talking, too. I was glad it did that day. 🙂
Nick Phillips says
You’re right, that looks like something that goes well with rice!
And that sauce is just perfect to savor the rice with, hehee!
i would very much love it with rice too, it looks tempting. thanks for visiting 🙂
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All Asians would love it with rice. 🙂
Likewise, my pleasure.
Ako rin, mas gugustuhin kong kanin yan with rice. Hmm, parang nagutom ako, hehe.
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Mas nabusog sana rin ako kung kanin ang ni-served. Kaya lang wala kaming choice kasi libre, hahaa!
rice..rice..rice.. Jati Luwih,the most exciting and the biggest padi (“rice”) field with perfect irrigation system.
go to bali…
Thanks a lot. Soon I’ll eat rice everyday in the Ph. 🙂
Love Poems | Love Quotes says
Rice is better than mashed potatoes IMO. More healthy anyway you have it.
Uhh, I eat mashed potatoes with meatballs only, but I don’t do this a lot.
Jacob Yap says
Oh no, who can live without rice? I love rice, and I think most Asian too.
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You’re right! Who can live without rice? I have always have rice stocked in my larder.
Kaka gutom naman nito hehehe. Yeah rice rice!
Ano pa nga ba, mukhang rice talaga ang mga Asyano, hahaa!