Tag Archives: Mackerel
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Gloucester fishing schooner getting ready to sail for mackerel
File name: 08_06_007003
Title: Gloucester fishing schooner getting ready to sail for mackerel
Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer)
Date created: 1930 (approximate)
Physical description: 1 negative : glass, black & white ; 4 x 5 in.
Genre: Glass negatives
Subjects: Fishing industry; Piers & wharves; Fishermen; Fishing boats
Notes: Title and date from information provided by Leslie Jones or the Boston Public Library on the negative or negative sleeve.
Collection: Leslie Jones Collection
Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department
Rights: Copyright © Leslie Jones.
Preferred citation: Courtesy of the Boston Public Library, Leslie Jones Collection.
July 12, 2011
Food for ThoughtHeather Atwood
In staying true to New England waters, Steve Johnson of Rendezvous Restaurant in Central Square, Cambridge, courageously puts fish on his menu that — oh no! — has bones.
Mackerel. Grilled to a charry crispness, dripping with olive oil, delicate filets lifting off of 8 inches of spiny vertebrae, mackerel.
In Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, just about anywhere but here, a serving of fish means a pile of bones on the plate. Residents of these countries make beloved meals with sardines, anchovies, pike, mackerel and herring.
After the jump you get the rest of the story and a recipe as reward
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Look for the slide show tomorrow. I’ve never seen the process before- fascinating stuff!
Thank you to Monkeyfist who sent a link to this vintage Gloucester ad along.
But now down to business. SEA TANG? Seriously, they went with SEA TANG?
I don’t know about you but that sounds dirty to me.
I wonder what the ad execs were thinking about when they thought that one up. It must have come from the Mad Men at Sterling Cooper. 🙂
Let’s just hope your sea tang doesn’t taste like mackerel. -Just sayin’