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Monday, February 19, 2007

Time for FISH!

Chuck Martin, aka Food Boy (from when he was the dining writer), brought this to my attention today - the Codfather at Mary, Queen of Heaven Parish. Apparently they have some pretty tasty fish - including fish and chips and holy haddock. What's not to like about that?

Lots of area fish fries start Wednesday for Lent. Check out our list at Cincinnati.Com, keyword: fish.

And Paul Clark, multi-tasking A&E editor, had this fun, feel good story on A1 today about Lou Groen, Cincinnati resident and creator of McDonald's Filet-O-Fish. (Check out this time-wasting yet highly addictive filet o fish game - keep the fish sandwich away from the sharks!)


at 1:26 AM Blogger Matt Morris said...

in Louisiana, as well as some amazing seafood at lent, there are also some great places that bring up some amazing dishes that feature portobellos or eggplant as their "meat."

are there foodies here that have found some formidable vegetarian alternative dishes during lent?

at 3:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I try and eat some sort of meat every Friday during these silly religious rituals.

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