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Gasparilla Island 2015. By Eileen Goldfinger ©

Gasparilla Island, Fla. Feb., 2015. By Eileen Goldfinger ©

 

SEAN BONES and  NORAH JONES  “Turn Them”

 

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A rainy May day in Ocean Grove. Photograph of parrot tulips  by Eileen Goldfinger and Paul Goldfinger © 5/5/17  Blogfinger.net  Click for the “Jack and the Beanstalk” effect. Title lyric quote*  from “April Showers.”

 

“Trade them for a package of sunshine and flowers
If you want the things you love
You must have showers
So when you hear it thunder
Don’t run under a tree
There’ll be pennies from heaven
For you and me”

 

BILLIE HOLIDAY    From the album:  Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday on Columbia. “Pennies from Heaven” is from the 1936 movie of the same name. Music by Arthur Johnston; words by Johnny Burke. First performed in the film by Bing Crosby.

 

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Fertility god. A replica from a Hindu temple in central Java before the Islamic era. Photographed at the Naples Botanical Gardens by Eileen Goldfinger

Fertility god. A replica from a Hindu temple in central Java before the Islamic era. Photographed at the Naples Botanical  Garden  by Eileen Goldfinger. ©

YUNA —— from the soundtrack to the film Savages

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Place des Vosges, Marais District of Paris. Eileen Goldfinger photograph. © Undated. Blogfinger staff.

Place des Vosges, Marais District of Paris. Eileen Goldfinger photograph. © Undated. Blogfinger staff.

ANITA O’DAY

 

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Sandy Hook, NJ. Eileen Goldfinger photograph. Blogfinger.net©

 

EMMY VERHEY.   Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.  Violin Concerto #4 in F. Largo.  “Winter.”

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By Eileen Goldfinger. Ocean Grove. ©

 

 

LEONARD COHEN   “Iodine”  from the album  Leonard Cohen—Death of a Ladies Man.

 

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St. Sauveur Cathedral in Aix-En-Provence, southern France. Their organ is from 1745. Eileen Goldfinger photo.

 

JOHN COLTRANE:

 

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Tent, lilac, azelea. May 4, 2019. Eileen Goldfinger with her iPhone XS. ©

 

GATO BARBIERI    “Fake Ophelia” from the soundtrack of the film Last Tango in Paris.

 

 

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Delaware Memorial Bridge heading to New Jersey. March 18, 2019. Eileen Goldfinger ©.

 

JOHNNY HARTMAN. From the soundtrack of Clint Eastwood’s Bridges of Madison County.

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Eileen's Fish Stew. Photo by Paul Goldfinger @Blogfinger.net. 2015. ©

Eileen’s Fish Stew. Photo byEileen  Goldfinger @Blogfinger.net. 2015. ©

By Eileen Goldfinger, food editor @Blogfinger

3/4 pound of cod fillets, cut in four inch pieces, or any other white mild fish

6 jumbo shrimp, peeled and deveined

1 medium carrot, peeled, small diced

1 celery stalk, small diced

1 shallot, small diced

parsley, fresh, several sprigs

1/8 teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper

2 cloves garlic, minced

1/2 cup dry white wine

1/2 cup unsalted chicken broth

2 tablespoons of margarine (or butter)

14 ounces canned plum or cherry tomatoes with puree

Preheat broiler.

In a 10 inch cast iron pan heat margarine and add carrots, celery, shallot, garlic, parsley and salt and pepper. Cook on medium heat until the vegetables begin to soften, approximately 10 minutes. Stir ingredients in the pan, and if they seem to be sticking to the pan add a little of the chicken broth.

Next add the tomatoes with the puree, the chicken broth, and white wine. Stir and break up the tomatoes into bite size pieces. Cook until the sauce begins to thicken. Add fish fillets and shrimp. Cook them in the sauce for 3 minutes. 

Turn the fish over and place the pan on a rack 8 inches from the broiler element. Cook for 5 minutes. Serve with a crispy French or Italian bread.

Serves 2

FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE:   “The Saturday Night Fish Fry” from the original Broadway cast recording of the show Five Guys Named Moe.

Eileen

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