Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas!

No weigh in report, no sage words of advice, just the heartfelt fish that you all have a happy and joyous Christmas!!

6 comments:

David Dane said...

I like heart felt fishes for Christmas. Which is a comment on your spelling there. Heart felt fish swim around wishing people Merry Christmas?

Kathy said...

Merry Christmas, friend.

skinnybitch said...

I love it...a heart felt fish...
Sounds yummy. I'd try it.
=)
Merry Christmas, Skinny Guy!

Skinny Guy said...

Ah yes, the heartfelt fish. The family tradition goes back many generations to the Old Country. The older men in the family would go out ice fishing very early on Christmas morning, and bring home fresh fish that the women would make into fishcakes for breakfast. One year my great great grandmother made the cakes into little heart shapes and served them to everyone, saying "I give you a heartfelt fish for Christmas." And that's how the family tradition of "heartfelt fishes" was started.

Either that or my typing accuracy could use some work. ::shrug::

Either way, I hope you all had a great holiday!

TB--Milwaukee said...

Actually, isn't lutefisk a big Christmas tradition. I think it's Swedish, but I've never had it.

Don't know about heartfelt, but I know it's smelly!

Skinny Guy said...

Everything you've alway wanted to know about Lutefish but were afraid to ask...