Crispy Fish!

Tonight… I am out for a belated birthday supper with one of my best peeps.

Crispy fish!

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22 Responses to Crispy Fish!

  1. Irulats says:

    WOW! I can taste that fish in my mouth!

    A belated Happy Birthday and may God spare you for many more…

  2. Paul says:

    Forgive me Father I am just a simple Brit and when I have fish it’s with chips (big fat fries!) and mushy peas. What’s that all over the fish? Happy belated birthday by the way!

  3. Londiniensis says:

    Belated Wishes for a Very Happy Birthday!

  4. Tina in Ashburn says:

    Its ALIVE!!!!! I saw it move.
    [HB!]

  5. Theodorus says:

    Sweet & sour fried fish?

  6. patrick f says:

    I dont like fish much (pretty much tolerate it during lent, I give up meat the whole 40 days as a penance) but I must say, that looks yummy!

    Happy Birthday Father,

  7. James A. says:

    Many many happy returns, Fr. Z.

    Since when has the good Father used words like “peeps” ?!? ;~ )

  8. Brendan Downunder says:

    Ad multos annos, good Father Z! Happy birthday.

  9. Frank H says:

    Bewildered Bette, quite an un-gracious comment. If you don’t enjoy the blog, why spend your time here?

  10. Art says:

    Did you try the fins and tail? If they prepared it properly, those spiny parts should be easily edible too!

  11. Marnie says:

    ¡Feliz Cumpleaños, Padre!

  12. Kradcliffe says:

    Happy Birthday.

    That fish freaks me right out.

  13. Michael says:

    Father Z. You keep on stimulaing my appetite, which does me no good as most of my trousers have turned useless. But regardless of me, if you continue who will be able to find a fitting cassock for you? I know of some priests who were like a match when ordained and are now like a box of matches….

  14. Jane says:

    Happy birthday Fr Z.

  15. Tim H says:

    Ah..Vietnamese
    One of the great perks of living in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area.

  16. Tim H: Chinese, actually, but the theory is much the same. It was tasty, I must say.

  17. Belated Prayers for your Birthday! God grant you many years in health and happiness! (Traditional Byzantine Blessing)

    In ICXC,

    Fr. Deacon Daniel

  18. Maureen says:

    Happy belated birthday!

  19. J. Wong says:

    Belated “saan yat fai lock” (Cantonese) to you Father!

    I also love crispy fish. My mom makes on special occasions.

  20. Mila says:

    Feliz cumpleaños, Fr. Z. Que Dios lo acompañe y bendiga su trabajo.

  21. Tim H says:

    Thank you Fr.

    As an old U of MN alumnus (BA Chinese, 1990), I know of a few Chinese places around town, some pretty good even, but it is the huge Vietnamese population that really sets the Twin Cities apart from any other part of the country, except Houston and parts of California.

  22. Tim H: Yes, that is a distinctive group here in the Twins. But the Chinese population seems to be growing quickly, and with it some really good restaurants.  This was at the Szechuan Tea House in East St. Paul.   They make fabulous xiao long bao, by the way. 

    There are many other dishes to recommend as well.