Friday, 4 April 2008

Fish Pie


In which MasterM REQUESTS his mother's Fish Pie
and his mother realises
that she has waited
her WHOLE life for this moment
and has to resist the urge
to leap off the sofa and HUG him.

13 comments:

blackbird said...

I never remember to run my fork through the potatoes like that.
And my work suffers for it.

peppermintpatcher said...

I also heard him say, "I love you Mum and thanks for all those meals you've made. I appreciate you and all of your efforts."

Didn't you?

Ginnie said...

Mmmm, yummy! I hope you'll share the recipe. And do I spy your famous broccoli, too?

Fairlie said...

Could you please move in with us, and cook all our dinners?

I'd always request the fish pie and I'd also remember to thank you for your effort.

That looks seriously delicious.

bluemountainsmary said...

Right that does it!

I am coming to England just for your fish pie - well for you too of course but that fish pie would be a great bonus!

Anonymous said...

Fish pie has always been one of our favourites (made to special recipe from my Lincoln mother-in-law) - and not just on Good Friday!

driftwood said...

priceless

dottycookie said...

Congratulations indeed!

We're having fish pie tomorrow. Yum.

anne bebbington said...

I love Fish Pie - all other members of the Bebbington household HATE fish - hence I never make it - I'm on my way round for tea :o)))

kristina said...

I'd love your recipe for fish pie (if it's not a secret one that is!). I'd never seen one before moving to England, and I think it looks so delicious. And I know my husband would love me to give it a try, too!

Lazylol said...

Oh that looks lovely - any chance of you sharing the recipe? Fish Pie is something I've been meaning to try.

Jackie said...

Alas, after looking at your lovely pictures, can you please post your recipe for a seafood lover north of Boston (Massachusetts that is!)

Anne said...

So could we compare recipes? Well, i guess I'll just go out and google fish pie recipes. I have never heard of it before BB's post and yours. I bet its because i live in the midwest of USA. It looks very good by the way. I make tunafish casserole (er i mean "hotdish") which no one in my family would eat if i told them it was tuna so I tell them its chicken. They can't tell. : )