Trout in a parcel – Little Paris kitchen

Savoir Vivre -> 活学活用

My favorite fish: Trout (鳟鱼)

Like all tasty fishes, trout has many tiny bones which is quite messy to eat. My french colleague saw me spitting bones frequently throughout the meal, taught me the smart French way: use a knife to cut the fish skin into half from head to tail, peel open the body, break the fish skeleton from the tail, then pull it out from the body along with all the tiny bones hidden in the flesh.

The Little Paris Kitchen”

This pretty chef-cum-cookbookwriter Rachel Khoo (Malaysian chinese Khoo 邱 father & Austrian mother) was trained at Paris “Le Cordon Bleu” Cuisine:

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22CE World Lingua Franca
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