Wednesday, June 23, 2010

St. Peter's fish

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Here's lookin' at ya.

St. Peter's fish, grilled!
So good!
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Its nose points just north of the famous fish restaurant at Kibbutz Ein Gev where we dined yesterday, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
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19 comments:

Cloudia said...

Thanks for having us over, Dina






Aloha from Hawaii

Comfort Spiral

Indrani said...

Oooh! This is most tempting.

Dr M said...

I thought there was a fishing ban on right now? Are you eating contraband fish??!

Kay said...

Mmmmmmm.... I'll bet that was delicious!

CREDEREA said...

That is a beautiful photo Dina and a beautiful looking fish but I just can't help but say-

Je ne suis pas la fille d'un pêcheur.
Je ne suis pas la femme d'un pêcheur. ha ha

And well I can't help but say that that poor fish is waiting for some kind of miracle. ha ha. Maybe it is his name also that leads me to think that way and not just the tragic look. ha ha

Yes give me a supermarket where the meat and fish are all neatly wrapped up in cellophane with that antiseptic look ha ha.

hugs have a beautiful day.
shalom.

CREDEREA said...

and from a christian point of view it is so romantic to hear about you dining on the Sea of Galilee....

Hels said...

I don't like the thought of killing animals but I get less distraught over killing fish for food. A bit hypocrital, probably, but I can't help it. And of all the places in the world, I think Ein Gev has to be one of the very best! And there is a part of Athens where many fish restaurants are clustered *drool*

jeannette said...

Now, I would want to go there...do you know if anyone can visit the art colony and see the artists working?

jeannette said...

Here I am again -oops, my first comment was for your post below.
That looks like a big fish!Making me hungry, LOL

VP said...

I'm sure it is good, but I am not so keen on fish...

Dina said...

Shalom to you all and thanks for coming to the table.

Dr. M--yes, the 2-year ban on commercial fishing went into effect just recently. So I assume the hundreds or thousands of St. Peter's fish sold to tourists every day are raised in ponds.
There is interesting info here:
http://www.forward.com/articles/126846/

B SQUARED said...

Just like people have been enjoying for thousands of years.

Denise said...

A wonderful meal!

An English Girl Rambles

spacedlaw said...

It looks so good!

CREDEREA said...

.....But then{as a continuation of my preceding discussion} as my friend's brother pointed out the vegetables have it the worst- they can't run away. hee hee hee.

Suzanne said...

So wrong on so many levels!!!

Jew Wishes said...

LOL, love the caption in the first photo.

*Wink*

Gine said...

L'angle de vue de la première photo est parfait ! Le St-Pierre est vraiment impressionnant - mais si bon !

Reader Wil said...

Fishing ban or no fishing ban.... it looks delicious! Shalom, Dina!