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photoblog image NEW FOODS: THE DROITWICH FLOUNDER

NEW FOODS: THE DROITWICH FLOUNDER

NEW FOODS: THE DROITWICH FLOUNDER



comments (19)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Apr 2014, 01:30
Looks delicious to a grasshopper, no doubt...
Chris: No doubt it does..
Looks like a giant wheetabix.
Chris: Ahh - a good analogy
He's awesome!
Chris: Bigger than you might imagine Elizabeth
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 2 Apr 2014, 04:52
Somebody was very creative here. Did you order one that looks like Mrs. Ratty XIII??
Chris: Indeed I have Astrid, the size of a small caravan
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 2 Apr 2014, 05:56
LOL at Bill. A wheetabix that size would work well for our SC meet-up in May. grin
Chris: An interesting but bizarre thought Ginnie
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Apr 2014, 07:37
No doubt with the Droitwich microclimate, there will be all sorts of marine creatures that have remained dormant for millions of years and re-appear when the conditions are right.
Chris: Very much so Alan: Droitwich is not just in its own world but is also a state of mind..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 Apr 2014, 07:56
It is so wet and permantently raining in Droitwich that the flounders can swim even in the air!
Do you know the fairy-tale "The Fisherman and His Wife" by The Brothers Grimm? There is a special Flounder who can speak ...
Chris: I did not know that Philine: you know everything
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Apr 2014, 08:24
Wouldn't last long on the barbecue now would it?
Chris: Err..no Mike
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 2 Apr 2014, 09:06
There is a lot of floundering about in Droitwich Tiff.
Chris: Well it's so wet there Chad
I've seen wicker baskets and furniture, heard of the wicker man.......but not the wicker flounder grin
Chris: Every day we learn something new
I love this but I don't think it is a flounder. What a find, Chris.
Chris: And it is huge Mary
Oh, you brighten a gloomy, grey day, Chris.
Chris: Hahaha - thank you Pauline!
He is massive!
Chris: Yes he/she is Ronke
That's quite a specimen, Chris. Was this at a fish mongers?
Chris: No Bev - a willow weaving centre
What a strange find, I presume a basket case in Droitwich wanted to highlight their famous Flounders for the world to see.
Chris: You are correct Brian
It is a weaver fish smile
Chris: Err..yes John
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Apr 2014, 19:17
What a great piece of art
Chris: Incredible isn't it Anne, made entirely out of Somerset withies
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 2 Apr 2014, 20:27
Must be new, since there are no chips in view.
Chris: W J Phillips ate them all Louis
It amazing what the clever people can do with wicker.
Chris: It is such flexible but strong material Sheila

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