Scalloping Around On Saturday

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Frozen Scallops on half shell from Japan.

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Butter and minced Garlic.

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Sprinkling of Sea Salt and Sugar.

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A squirt of Lemon Juice.

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Ready to be baked.

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200 degrees Celsius.

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Scallops oozing juice.

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We had to throw away some of the scallop water.

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It’s not browning on the BBQ so we switched to the toaster oven for top heat.

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Ready to be eaten.

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We just realized we forgot to add some chopped chilli padi 😦

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Can the orangey part be eaten?

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We aren’t sure so we left the orangey part alone.

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So much work for one mouthful.

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I tell you, it was worth the while 😀

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And it all started with “What’s that?” when I peeped into Keef’s freezer.
Sure am glad to be curious about that misty bag of frozen discs.

Happy scalloping 🙂

Comments
7 Responses to “Scalloping Around On Saturday”
  1. drunk ninja says:

    i eat the orange part, it’s delicious! it’s probably some sort of intestines.

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