I must go back to Wednesday evening when we had some old friends over for dinner and they brought, unexpectedly two Crayfish that their son had given them that he had dived for in a secret spot that he knows about. I had decided after living many years in Western Australia that Crayfish are over-popular and that to my taste they did not live up to their reputation: how wrong I was! Because they had been taken very recently and not frozen for a long time the taste was truly excellent and I will ask our friends for more if they become available.
Diane started the meal with some delicious local New Norcia Sour Dough bread that she cut thinly and upon which she spread her own Pesto.
Next arrived the main of our friend’s Cray Fish served with a simple Hollandaise white sauce. She served this with rice that had been flavoured slightly.
Diane opened a bottle of All Saints Estate Moscato: which is slightly sweet and fizzy. A delightful beverage for the evening.