You remember the photos of Daniel Craig's James Bond clutching a brace of red snapper in Jamaica during the filming of No Time To Die? Here's a recipe inspired by that moment.
Having narrowly escaped death on the beach near Dover, James Bond and Gala Brand head to a hotel for a restorative bite to eat, including fried soles.
At breakfast with Brokenclaw in the eponymous 1990 novel by John Gardner, James Bond has a choice of bacon, sausage, eggs and kedgeree - everything, Brokenclaw reminds Bond, that you'd expect in an old English country house.
Some pretty awesome images of Daniel Craig in James Bond mode emerged over the weekend. One of them pictured him with a spear-gun, while in another he holds a couple of freshly-caught fish - red snapper by the look of 'em, and large ones at that.
In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond asks his taxi driver in Marseille whether the bouillabaisse chez Guido is always as good.
In John Gardner's For Special Services (1982), James Bond enjoys a meal of sole au Champagne at Le Perigord, an elegant French restaurant on East 52nd Street in New York.