that’s a really funny post title. you’ll see.
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wanna know what’s even funnier than the title to this post? the recipe I linked you to? it’s not the right one. ha ha ha. the right one is bacalhau com natas which translates to cod fish casserole. it’s a very similar recipe title. right? which makes it a mistake anyone could make. even if they didn’t catch the error after actually reading the recipe post again after linking to it. right?
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i’ve been on this planning what I’m gonna cook and actually cooking it kick lately. (2 days counts as a kick, right?) and on the menu for last night was bacalhau a gomes de sa bacalhau com natas. which i found over at Sandra’s site. the translated name is cod fish gomes de sa style cod fish casserole – i understand cod fish and style and my limited Spanish abilities give me some familiarity with “de”. one might think that with cod fish in the title it would be uber-important to use cod fish. but the recipe says that you can substitute some other kind of fish for cod. which I did. I have nothing against cod, but I couldn’t find it. I could only find one fish that I thought might be suitable. and by suitable I mean skinless and headless and already gutted. and not salmon.
so what did I use?
and she was tasty.