“Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent?”
It is obvious that fish is a wonderful food; it is truly good to eat. And lutefisk is a wonderful preparation of codfish! (So eat a light lunch, to save room for a lot of lutefisk, if you are attending an all-you-can-eat lutefisk supper!)
EAT LIGHTLY BEFORE THE LUTEFISK BANQUET
(by Dr. James J. S. Johnson)
Chocolate pie, for lunch, a snack brisk;
Also, for me, tomato bisque;
But the dining highlight,
that we had, that night:
Was all-you-can-eat lutefisk!
Previously I have blogged about the exotic Scandinavian cuisine known as LUTEFISK.
So, to learn more about this wonderful preparation of North Atlantic codfish, see:
“Bluebirds of Happiness, Plus Enjoying a Lutefisk Banquet” [at https://leesbird.com/2015/12/11/bluebirds-of-happiness-plus-enjoying-a-lutefisk-banquet/ ]; and
“For the Love of Lutefisk!” [at https://bibleworldadventures.com/2016/09/22/for-the-love-of-lutefisk/ ]; and
“Lutefisk for Christmas: Cod at its Best!” [at https://rockdoveblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/13/lutefisk-for-christmas-cod-at-its-best/ %5D.
Bon Appétit !