Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsBouillabaisse, recipe from my brother Paul27 comments,0 shares,6 likeslatifabout 2 yearsAm not a 100% vegan or vegetarian freak, but most welcome @Mark Harvey. As you see, l love fish! By the way, I found with great pleasure a Palak Dhal and homemade Paranthas in the freezer. I just had that. Was delicious! Many thanks to my sweet wifey!!!!!Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsdoing vegan for a friend tomorrow.....latifabout 2 yearsMy wife is in Berlin visiting her sister. I’ll check what she has left for me in the freezer @Mark Harvey . I’m not a good cook like you!latifabout 2 yearsYes, let’s get back to Hari @Mark HarveyMark Harveyabout 2 yearsit's happening again @latif 😂latifabout 2 yearsEh @Mark Harvey now we are getting far from Rasmalai and Bhapi Doi, aren’t we??!!😀latifabout 2 yearsSchwarzwälder Kirschtorte!!!! “Lecker” the Germans would say, meaning “delicious”! @Mark HarveyMark Harveyabout 2 yearswe had the best black forest gateaux ever 🍰🇫🇷😍latifabout 2 yearsYes, Riesling!!! Yes, Colmar is wonderful. You wouldn’t believe it: I ate a Turkish Döner there @Mark Harvey !Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsRiesling 😍🇩🇪 we went to see Colmar too 😍latifabout 2 yearsThis is the Baden-Württemberg region. I don’t know it very much. I was once on a three-week seminary in Mannheim and I seize the opportunity to visit Baden Baden and two French cities, not far from the German border, Colmar and Straßburg, wonderful cities, which you certainly visited if you were in the surroundings. They have very good white wines and rosé in Baden-Württemberg if you like German wines @Mark Harvey .Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsI was in Freiburg last summer and I traveled over the Rhein to the French mountains and it was unbelievable. I plan to go back at some point on a week long fishing trip 🇩🇪😍🐡latifabout 2 yearsOops: ...successful fishing... @Mark Harvey !!!latifabout 2 yearsJust came back from a long walk in the north German countryside. Sunny spring weather! Wish you successful next time you’re in Hampshire @Mark Harvey !!!!Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsthe fish from the rivers aren't really suitable really I tend to steam bake the trout in lose foillatifabout 2 yearsFishing in Hampshire must be a dream @Mark Harvey !! Why don’t you save one or two of those trouts for your bouillabaisse? Or don’t lake and river fish lend themselves to bouillabaisse? I myself prefer fish from the sea for it.Mark Harveyabout 2 yearsthe fish I catch are caught from the chalk streams in Hampshire. they are brown and rainbow trout but they are farm reared and then stocked into the chalk streams. I usually prepare one in the evening and freeze the rest. it's a different world over here ☹️🐡latifabout 2 yearsAnd what about the fish you caught? Do you Cook them immediately or freeze them? @Mark Harvey?Mark Harveyabout 2 yearshi @latif unfortunately not. I live in tooting bec in London and I go to a local fishmonger's. it's the best I can get 🙄🤔🐡latifabout 2 yearsBeautiful @Mark Harvey! Coming from an island, I love everything, which comes from the sea! By the way, did you do the bouillabaisse with the fish you caught?