Holding on to Summer with Barbecued Chilli, Lemongrass and Ginger Whole Snapper

Holding on to Summer with Barbecued Chilli, Lemongrass and Ginger Whole Snapper

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yum! and yes, unfortunately summer seems to have almost slipped our grasp. :(

zoe — Monday 10th March 2008 7:51 pm

This is one of those strange things about blogging. You're lamenting summer ending and I'm lamenting the heat coming. I'm happy enough for the garden starting part, just never look forward to the heat as our spring is usually so short and the hot so long.
The fish looks lovely with all those gorgeous veggies. The eyes, they can look spooky can't they?!

MyKitchenInHalfCups — Monday 10th March 2008 9:24 pm

This looks delightful! Unfortunately my husband has a mortal terror of whole fish. I don't know why. Hopefully the picture - and the salsa, which he'll go crazy for - will convince him to give it a shot.

Fearless Kitchen — Tuesday 11th March 2008 4:01 am

Looks delicious! I eat recently much more fish, I must try this recipe especially that I love lemon grass...

Have a great day, Margot

Coffee and Vanilla — Tuesday 11th March 2008 11:38 am

As your summer goes, mine is arriving...with it's searing heat! That looks like a fantastic fish for the summer barbecue! :) Where I live, whole fish is more the norm...whether it be big ones or small...so I've grown up with them :) You are right...buying whole fish is the best way to know that what you are getting is the best!

joey — Wednesday 12th March 2008 4:31 am

Hi Bron - I'm drooling over the monitor now, this is the kind of thing I'd love to eat every day! Nashi & lime salsa looks wonderful too, I can't wait to try them, thank you for sharing the recipe.

keiko — Wednesday 12th March 2008 11:45 pm

this looks so, so good. i'm a little scared of working with whole fish, but i think i could do it for this recipe. summer is just around the corner here, so it'll help get me in the mood.

i'm with you on not getting daylight savings time. i've always thought it would be much nicer to have the extra light in the middle of winter.

michelle @ TNS — Thursday 13th March 2008 3:21 am

This looks great Bron - whole fish looks so impressive.

Cakelaw — Thursday 13th March 2008 1:42 pm

I obviously missed this earlier in the week. Bryan hates it when I serve whole fish. But then if I serve prawns I have to peel them first or he won't eat them. I guess he is just not that into fish.

barbara — Friday 14th March 2008 5:45 pm

Thanks Zoe, never mind Autumn can be very warm still and it has to be said it is beautiful

Hi Tanna, I think maybe your summer is long because our winter is loonnnggg... hehe
One of the problems with living rurally I guess, is long frosty winters.
Thanks for your lovely comment

Thank you Fearless' the salsa is really lovely with grilled chicken too, that is if you can't convince your husband to try the fish.

Hi Margot, thanks heaps for your kind words

Thank you Joey, isn't it funny how whole fish is so scary to some people now, I'm sure 100 years ago all cultures ate whole fish and didn't even think twice about it

Hi Keiko, thank you! I could eat this everyday too, I adore fish

Thank you Michelle, I hope you do give it a try, it can be a lot of fun

Thanks so much Cakelaw, I agree it's very impressive

Hehe Barbara, Bryan is sounding a bit little spoilt! But not to worry, all the more for us eh?! ;-)

bron — Saturday 15th March 2008 4:23 pm

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