mark and vine south carolina

mark and vine  south carolina
Myrtle beach

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

watery wednesday
















These photos were taken in Myrtle Beach. When I was a kid I remember that my Father would go hunting together with his friends. He loved hunting, and wild duck and other birds were everywhere on the farm. I loved seeing my father carry a duck because it meant he was going to cook our favorite dish called patutin. Cooked in Sprite with pineapple juice and some herbs, the whole sauce absorbs into meat and is very good for baked rice cake. 
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18 comments:

ewok1993 said...

Wow, watery wednesday and a duck recipe too. I think anything cooked with sprite, coke or beer would turn out really really well.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shots! I've never eaten duck before.

Bryan said...

That sounds delicious. Nice photos too!

ChrisC and JonJ said...

Nice of you to share your memories of your father.Takes me back to days with my dad.

VALKYRIEN said...

Love the duck shot! Great reflections on the water! And I love ducks!

Dee said...

Cute ducks! We almost visited Myrtle Beach once. Hope to visit it soon.

Carletta said...

A lovely Watery Wednesday post!

Mines on my photoblog this week: Carletta’s Captures.

Tricia said...

I've never had it, but I'll take your word on it! They look so happy swimming around there!!!

Nell said...

Those ducks are so cute! I couldn't eat one.

Kathy said...

Love the duck picture. I have never eaten duck. Not sure if I could after seeing all the cute pictures of them. =) Hope you have a great wednesday.

Linnea W said...

Nice sunny scene after all those cold snowy wintery ones I've been looking at. I'm sure those ducks are hoping they won't end up on your plate! I do love duck dishes, though too!

Tess said...

These photos are beautiful. Nice shots! I like the ducks. They're having fun.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Love the cool blues..ducks and spring is on the way!

Tarolino said...

Both shots are excellent, especially when enlarged, but I was really taken by the first shot because of the lovely composition and all that's happening in that from people, seagulls to that lovely fountain.

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George said...

Your duck recipe sounds delicious. Thank you for the picture of Broadway at the Beach -- it brings back many memories.

Syaa_Fiqq said...

Beautiful photos, especially the ducks. I also like to eat ducks. Over here we have roast duck, marinated with herb also.

floreta said...

great pictures and sounds like a yummy dish!