in 中文-普通话 / 国语 / Mandarin Chinese (simplified) translated by Hongjia
This object has been translated into 5 different languages by 5 different users
1) Lesser sand eel (Ammodytes tobianus) https://zh.m.wikipedia.org/zh-hans/玉筋魚科
2) harbour porpoise https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harbour_porpoise
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24 Nov, 2023
I grew up near a large lake in Umbria, Italy (Lago Trasimeno, or Lake Trasimene in English) and eels were part of our diet. Quite a large part, actually. I know it might gross out some of you, but we used to eat pasta with small eels (“ceriole” in our dialect), cut into pieces and cooked in a tomato sauce, and for our New Year’s Eve dinner (“il cenone di San Silvestro”) we always had “capitone”, a very big eel which quite frankly looked like a large snake! It was nevertheless delicious, cut into large chunks, seasoned with bay leaves and spit-roasted. Nowadays the only eels I get to eat are the jellied variety. I recommend Margate and Herne Bay for the best jellied eels in the world! Have you ever eaten eels?
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