One man’s fish is another man’s poisson.
Hmmm? All looks delicious except the fish head!!!
but that’s the best part, especially des yeux. or so i hear, i haven’t actually crossed that frontier yet.
Dude, fresh veggies! I didn’t see ANY of those while I was stuck in the hotel. Looks yummy!
yeah, veggies are very expensive. we rarely get them.
didn’t you take that same pic in the czech?
very similar. that poisson wasn’t fried dorado.
I couldn’t make it over there. That fish makes me want to cry. Do you want me to send you a cheeseburger? :)
aww. you know what they say, “Better the devil you know..”
funny, we had the same thing for dinner at l’abri last night.
Oui, je sais Ã§a…bon appÃ©tit ;)
The dish looks great, although I have to join the side that have yet to cross the fish-head-eating act… As a half Swede, I love fish, but rarely eat it here in the eastern side of West Africa, as we are situated too far from the water… Importing fish from the coast or from the Niger river would take hours and hours and there are very few cooling trucks in this part of the world… :-D The favourite fish in Niamey however is the Capitaine. My favourite meat in Zinder is smoked mutton… Now that’s a delicacy!
But to keep with your fish-head-eating theme, I have an inclination that I should be recommended roasted grasshoppers. But I have to admit despite my twenty years in Niger, I have yet to cross that border too…