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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Well, They Can't Just Microwave It !?

Here's the Fish & Chip shop mentioned yesterday. The sign reads "PARKING 15 mins ONLY 7 DAYS". I doesn't look too busy in this photo because it was a little early, but this is one of the most popular, and in a little while you'd be lucky if you can get away in half an hour; we've waited as long as 45 minutes for our fish, chips, and deep-fried pineapple rings. Wait, I had to wait longer, but that's another story entirely.

I shot this on 14 October, but took this long to decide to post because Mr two-fish-extra-salt-on-chips is looking this way. I thought of "defacing" him so he couldn't be identified, but I like it just the way it is. I do love people photos, but am still nervous about taking them, let alone posting.

I will not be able to visit your blogs in the coming week/s, though Ben will continue to post my pics. I hope to catch up with you when my busy week passes. Thanks.

13 comments:

  1. wow deep-fried pineapple rings? Yummy! Canada should import them.

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  2. I love fish & chips, straight from the paper with a little salt & vinegar. Fattening I know, but delicious.

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  3. Great shot Meg! And I hear ya about people shots...guess that's why my posts are so body-challenged! LOL! YUM AGAIN! ;) Will miss ya...take care!

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  4. Yes, we'll miss you but glad Ben will beable to continue to post. Never heard of deep fried pineapple rings. They sound really yummy.
    Nice picture.

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  5. Great place! yes we always go there too but we now call them with our order and then pick up later...

    cheers from nelson eve

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  6. Hi Meg, you must be busy with your exhibition...ALL THE BEST and GREAT SUCCESS!

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  7. Thanks for stopping by every one.

    We have few more Meg's schedule shot, but please excuse for commenting back. She might do comment when she likes too (I'm sure). hehe

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  8. I'm not sure about the deep-fried pineapple rings, myself. But good luck on the weaving--all your hard work will pay off!

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  9. Thank you for visiting, everybody, including Husband!

    Eve, the one time we did that, they were one fish short!

    Cristina, it's good... It's very good.

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  10. Deep fried pineapple rings? Oddly enough, these (from a tin naturally) used to be very popular in Ireland in the 70s. I have very fond childhood memories of Saturday night visits to our favourit restaurant and having chicken maryland with deep fried bananas and pineapple rings. (& massive pavlova to follow) Don't think I could manage them now!

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  11. Must be one of the things Irish immigrants brought to NZ, OR, possibly one entrepreneurial Kiwi being hard up for cash during his OE (overseas experience - a rite of passage for many Kiwis) and starting a business, do you think?

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  12. oh my gosh - deep fried pineapple rings??? never heard of that, but it sounds divine!

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  13. It IS great - crunchy on the outside, juice and sweet on the inside. Happiness itself in a small package.

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