I read in a newspaper here in Finland the other week and found a good few very interesting articles, one of them being this:
School children in Sweden were asked to name the most common fish they knew.
Guess what the answer was for the most of the children?!
FISH FINGERS … !!
Yes, that is right, ’em ones in this link.
Oh vey, the edumacation in Sweden has a loooong way to go.
This is not a joke, but absolutely true. Tried to find the links but no luck online for ye to see it with yer own eyes like. lol
Which ones could you name off-hand?
Tis for now, Rii :))
I had great fun here in the MY FREE COLOURING PAGES where I found the picture of the fish to colour-it-in aka of a real thing to refresh the memory of how they look like!
I did find this very amusing, for Sweden is a vast country with huge rivers, large lakes and the sea shore lining it nearly entirely and to children to say this is just too hilarious, methinks. Very particular and so proud they were of the wonderful fish they have/had. I am puzzled as to reasons for these answers, you see.
They are or at least were big into eating fish of all kinds when i lived there for six years!
Or it could be that the mums have stopped cooking the real thing and are only doing fish fingers as a fish dish that is supposedly good for one…
NOTHING beats the real fish like Salmon, Trout and the like in me mind. In Ireland the most common fish one eats is Cod, Plaice, Hake, Haddock et al. Finland’s huge rivers have most fabulous fish.
Keep so well and keep eating fish — tis good for ye. Fish is my preferred meal while eating out or doing a meal at home as well, more so than meat of any kind.