Lox and Bagels


 

Sunday, May 11, 2014

 

Lox and Bagels

 


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Denman-san, do you like bagels with lox?

Oh yes, I do.  But I did’t know that lox means a fillet of brined salmon.

How did you come to know that?

Actually, I visited your blog.


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“Actual Page”

I saw the following picture in your article.


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It looks so nice and delicious that my stomach starts rumbling.

The bagel with lox makes your stomach rumble, doesn’t it?

Oh yes, you’re tellin me, Mari-chan, but as you see the bagel has some pieces of salmon on it.  The strange thing is that I don’t see the word salmon in your article.  In any case, I’ve got a hunch that lox must have something to do with salmon, so I looked it up in Wikipedia.

Lox


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(Lox on Bagel)

Lox is a fillet of brined salmon.
Traditionally, lox is served on a bagel with cream cheese, and is usually garnished with tomato, sliced red onion, and sometimes capers, which diners may or may not opt to add to the bagel.
Some American preparations of scrambled eggs or frittata include a mince of lox and onion.

Etymology

The word lox is derived from the German word for salmon, Lachs, which may ultimately derive from the Indo-European word for salmon, *laks-.
The word lox has cognates in numerous European languages that also derive from one of the Indo-European languages.


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(Lox and cream cheese sandwich)


SOURCE: “Lox” from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So, I wrote the following comment on your blog.

Denman’s Comment

まりちゃん、頑張ってるね。
5月の初めての記事ね。
写真を見ていたら、salmon が見えているのに、文章中に salmon という単語が出てないんだよね。
それで、たぶん lox が salmon と関係あるんじゃないかと思って
Wikipedia で調べてみたのですよう。
そしたら案の定、salmonと関係ありました。
きゃははははは。。。

Lox is a fillet of brined salmon.

この lox という単語、知りませんでしたよ!

Traditionally, lox is served on a bagel with cream cheese, and is usually garnished with tomato, sliced red onion, and sometimes capers, which diners may or may not opt to add to the bagel.

なるほどね。
伝統的にベーグルのトッピングに使われるんだね。

Some American preparations of scrambled eggs or frittata include a mince of lox and onion.


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(Lox and Cream Cheese Frittata

with Fresh Tomato and Red Onion)


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う~♪~ん。。。!
写真を見ただけでも salmon がのっててぇ、とても旨そうですよう!
見ているだけで生唾が出てきますよ。

【Etymology】 The word lox is derived from the German word for salmon, Lachs, which may ultimately derive from the Indo-European word for salmon, *laks-.

ふ~ん。。。 ドイツ語の Lachs から lox ね。。。
なるほど。。。
勉強になりました。

The word lox has cognates in numerous European languages that also derive from one of the Indo-European languages.

だってぇ~。。。

Wikipedia の lox のページにも旨そうな写真が載ってますよ。
見てみて。。。
じゃあ、引き続き頑張ってね。
バイバ~♪~イ。。。


Mari’s Response


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こんにちは!(^^)!

そうなんですよ!

私も英語に訳して合っているのか不安でしたが(^_^;)

smoked salmon の bagel sandを調べてみたらloxという単語を使っている方が多かったので、私もloxで載せてみました(*^_^*)

wikipedia の loxページのbagel sand はポピーシードがたっぷりついていて美味しそうですね!!


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(Lox and cream cheese sandwich)

自分の作った物と見比べても、ボリュームが全然足りないなァって、思いました(^_^;)

bagelの本場、モントリオールや、NYのbagelでは クリームチーズもこの3倍の量に、具材ももっとボリュームがあります。


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(NY-styled cream cheese sandwich with lox)

それに比べると私のbagel。。何とも寂しい感じがしますね。。(笑)

loxといえば、ハワイのサンドアイランドに「Lox of Bagels」という

ベーグル専門店があるのですが、

(私は行った事がありません。。。 トホホホホ。。。(*^。^*) )


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日本人の女性オーナーがやっているらしいのですが、ずっと前から行ってみたいと思っているベーグル専門店です(●^o^●)

モントリオールにも St-Viateur Bagel という50年以上守られている老舗があるんですね(●^o^●)

窯で焼かれる Bagel も一度は食べてみたいですね!!(●^o^●)


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もう食べる事ばかり考えていますが。。笑

美味しいBagel作り、私も頑張ります~~!(^^)!

それでは、Denmanさん、これからバンクーバーの朝を迎える頃ですね♪♪

それではよい一日を~~(*^。^*)


SOURCE: “Lox bagel with scallion cream cheese”
(May 8, 2014)

So, Mari-chan, you’d like to visit Lox of Bagels in Honolulu, eh?

Oh yes, I’d love to… and also taste various types of Hawaiian food

Denman-san, have you been to Hawaii?

Of course, I have.   I enjoyed eating laulau.

Laulau


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Laulau is a Hawaiian dish. Traditionally, it consisted of pork in wrapped taro leaf.

In old Hawaii, laulau was assembled by taking a few luau leaves and placing a few pieces of fish and pork in the center.
The ends of the luau leaf are folded and wrapped again in the leaf.
When ready, all the laulau is placed in an underground oven, called an imu.
Hot rocks are placed on the dish and covered in banana leaves and buried again.
A few hours later the laulau is ready to eat.

In modern times, the dish uses taro leaves, salted butterfish, and either pork, beef, or chicken and is usually steamed on the stove.
Laulau is a typical plate lunch dish and is usually served with a side of rice and macaroni salad.


SOURCE: “Laulau” from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ummmm … looks interesting.  I’ll try laulau the next time I visit Hawaii.  By the way, Denman-san, have you ever tasted bagels in Montreal?

Yes, I have.  Actually, I visited St. Viateur Bagel Shop.

No kidding!

I’ll show you how they work in the shop.


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So, Denman-san, when I visit Canada, you’ll take me to St. Viateur Bagel Shop in Montreal, won’t you?

You bet on that.


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【Himiko’s Monologue】


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I love bagels as well as bagel sandwiches.


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Of course, I like bagels with lox.


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By the way, have you ever eaten kidney puddings?


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It looks so delicious, doesn’t it?

How about Yorkshire scones?


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Yorkshire Scones

I like scones and puddings regardless of Yorkshire or any other.

By the way, Mari-chan writes her own blog.

Please click the following link.


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“Mari-chan’s Blog”

I hope Denman-san will write another interesting article.

So please come back to see me.

Have a nice day!
Bye bye …


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If you’ve got some time,

Please read one of the following artciles:


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“Go Bananas”

“Manwatching”

“Stanley Boardwalk”

“With Your Tiger”

“A Second World”

“Asexual Thought”


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“Stanley 125 Years”

“Sushi @ the Globe”

“Peace@Syria & Pentagon”

“Sweet Memory”

“Unforgettable Movies”

“Typhoon 26”

“Great Luck”

“Diane@World”

“Diane@Spam”

“Sabina”

“Happy New Year”

“Merange & Sabina”

“Beauty in Spa”

“Love @ e-reading”

“Troublesome Slang”

“World Family”

“My Name is Mari”

“Mari’s Bagels”

“Mozzarell & smoked chicken

Bagel Sandwich”

“Bagels@Granville Island”

“Matcha Bagels”

“Scones & Puddings”


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Hi, I’m June Adames.

Have you ever read James Herriot’s short stories?

I’m an enthusiastic fan of James Herriot.

In his stories you will find Yorkshire scones and puddings.


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Author Profile: James Herriot

I like his stories because I love his animal stories.

Yet animals play a lesser, sometimes even a negligible, role in many of Wight’s tales.

The overall theme of his stories is Yorkshire country life, with its people and their animals as primary elements, which provide their distinct character.

Furthermore, it is Herriot’s shrewd observations of persons, animals, and their close inter-relationship, which give his writing much of its flavour.

Herriot was just as interested in their owners as he was in his patients and his writing is, at root, an amiable but keen comment on the human condition.

The Yorkshire animals provide the elements of pain and drama.

The role of their owners is to feel and express joy, sadness, and, sometimes, triumph.


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ENGLAND Herriot country

(Yorkshire Dales)

ところで、愛とロマンに満ちた

レンゲさんのお話をまとめて

『レンゲ物語』を作りました。

もし、レンゲさんの記事をまとめて読みたいならば、

次のリンクをクリックしてくださいね。

『愛とロマンのレンゲ物語』


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『軽井沢タリアセン夫人 – 小百合物語』

とにかく、今日も一日楽しく愉快に

ネットサーフィンしましょうね。

じゃあね。


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