Thursday, June 08, 2006

More Interesting Sites!

At least, I found them interesting....these are more sights from our stroll through downtown Frederick, MD.

If we ever want mushy peas, this is the place!

Though I've never heard of peas with fish & chips. What the heck is that??

We're not exactly sure what this is:
It sits on top of the carillon bell tower. If I had decent eyesight, I might be able to figure it out.


Blogger MeBeth said...

Maybe some kind of little patriot blowing a horn? My eyesight is pretty dreadful, so I wouldn't have been able to make it out.

12:49 PM  
Blogger Urdarbrunnr said...

Here's an interesting site.
It's my dream come true.

7:46 PM  
Blogger Ed Tep said...

What the heck are mushy peas? But, if they go well with fish & chips, then I'm willing to try them.

11:12 PM  
Blogger linda said...

I LOVE mushy peas. They are also known as MArrowfats, and are cooked till they are literally, well, mushy. Its hard to explain the appeal, but I ate a lot of them as a teenager....Deep Fried Bangers and Mushy Peas from the chippy....mmmmmmmmm, yum. That might explain what happened to my svelte figure ;p

10:25 PM  
Blogger Jeff in MD said...

Hi mebeth - your guess is as good as mine!

SK - you scare me.... :p

Hey Ed - that's very brave of you. Joe just barely got me to try peas a few weeks go, I don't know if I'm ready for the mushy version....

Hi Linda - Mushy foods scare me! Especially green ones :p

What are bangers? Clearly I don't get out much...haha.

2:02 PM  
Anonymous lindy said...

Another view on mushy peas:
Ew. double-ew. Had some in England from the fish and chips place where my cousins get excellent fish and chips. So you figure, they do a good job , right? And my cousins said they were typical.
They were an unnatural livid green, vile texture, and gag-worthy flavor. And this review comes from a woman who likes virtually everything-I am the polar opposite of a picky eater.
I'd never try to convince anyone to avoid trying new things...just bring a plastic bag.

8:09 AM  
Anonymous lindy said...

PS Bangers=fat sausages in England. Bangers and Mash=sausages and mashed potaoes. Very good. Unlike mushy peas.

8:11 AM  
Blogger Jeff in MD said...

Soooo...I think I'll pass on the mushy peas....ick!

8:05 PM  

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