007 Food: Smoked salmon, black caviar, unnamed native fish in a cream sauce, and a “poulet suprême”February 23, 2022
Food: Smoked salmon, black caviar, unnamed native fish in a cream sauce, and a “poulet suprême”
Bond book appearance: The Man with the Golden Gun (1965). Bond eats this kind meal in a cruise ship with Scaramanga.
Experience of 007 Travelers: At home. The unnamed native fish in our was the zander.
“He went off to his room, swallowed two heavy slugs of bourbon, had a cold shower, and lay on his bed and looked at the ceiling until it was 8:30 and time for dinner.
Dinner—the conventional “expensive” dinner of a cruise ship—was as predictable as such things usually are. The waiters brought on the dessicated smoked salmon with a thimbleful of small-grained black caviar, fillets of some unnamed native fish (possibly silk fish) in a cream sauce, a “poulet suprême” (a badly roasted broiler with a thick gravy), and the bombe suprise.”
Ian Fleming: “The Man with the Golden Gun” (1965)
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