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Oct 24, 2007



Oh my... Arnold was a man after my own heart. The one with calcified arteries, that is! Sounds fabulous and I don't think I cook nearly enough with haddock.


Please tell us more about the Thermomix. The only thing I have discovered so far is that it appears to cost more than my oven did, which makes it a hard to justify purchase, unless it changes my life, takes 15 years off my age, and makes me irresistible to women. I suppose though, that I might look better with two arms instead of one... ;)

Thanks for a droolworthy recipe and picture. I love Omelette Arnold Bennett, and spinach is a good accompaniment to this. I confess that I follow a slightly less rich recipe, 10 eggs between two people sounds just a little scary, perhaps this time you might be just too passionate for me!


I'm groaning with an overload of richness! This would definitely finish me off completely - though I like the smoked haddock and omelette combination.


This sounds like the perfect dinner. And I should do more with haddock too..




Da werde ich doch wieder mal meinen Uralt-Thermomix anheizen und deine Hollandaise darin testen. Klingt ja supereinfach (und das ganze Gericht sieht natürlich köstlich aus!)


Beautiful job on this recipe--nice contrasting flavors--I imagine gruyere cheese would play nicely off of the smoked haddock. First time visit to your blog--very enjoyable.

gloria Baker

I love sooo this recipe and the picture so nice. xxxGloria


Lovely recipes and pictures. I have been looking at a lot of your recipes and like the way you write about them and great pictures. I enjoyed your vegetarian section since i am vegetarian. I decided to comment on this recipe as this looked delicious.


Dead fish is not a vegetarian item.

Vegetarian means nothing from a dead animal.
And yes for the joke cookies around that also means no living animals which are eaten in a dish like living mussels or drunken shrimps.

Sorry, but i think with a cooking blog as good as this one people should normally know the difference between vegetarian and faketarian


Vegetarianism is the practice of following a plant-based diet including fruits, vegetables, cereal grains, nuts, and seeds, mushrooms, with or without dairy products and eggs. A vegetarian does not eat meat, including red meat, game, poultry, fish, crustacea, and shellfish, and may also abstain from by-products of animal slaughter such as animal-derived rennet and gelatin.


Hi cyrell, you're right, fish is not growing on trees, the "vegetarian" label does not apply in this case, so i will remove it.

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