I seasoned it with a little salt and threw it in a pan with some melted butter. I made sure that it was completely cooked. I have to admit - it wasn't too bad. Had a nice livery flavor - not fishy at all. There you have it - something new today and I'm still finding parts of this fish to eat.
|Sliced bass liver - hmmm? edible?|
|Sauteed in butter|
Voilà! Is it better than fioe gras? I may be onto something.
The Chickens! Oh those chickens - they are like Houdini's Chickens!!! I came home after shopping in the afternoon and they were both GONE. Not in my yard or anywhere I could see or hear. There was an egg in the nest though. Ha! I should take a photo of the newly reenforced pen. You wouldn't believe it. I have created what looks like a spiderweb canopy of fishing line across the top of the entire thing. I have no idea how they keep escaping. When I sit there and watch them they look so passive. I can't imagine what they do to get out of this thing. AND to top it off, they are always together. Are they helping each other? I don't know. It may be time to install a spy camera on the chicken pen. (hey - not a bad idea) When I found them this time (with the help of the neighborhood kids) they were together under a pine tree in the neighbor's yard on the other side of a 6 ft fence. I feel like Little Bo Peep. Or Little Bo Cheap! Well, I did find them and I also began construction on the new pen. I underestimated these birds the first time around - but no longer. I've been getting one egg a day at about 10:00 am - so I think only one of them is laying. Looking forward to when I get two a day.