Bigger Fish To Fry

Bigger Fish To Fry. I fear he has other fish to fry, wrote john evelyn in his memoirs (1660). Refresh your wardrobe with our new season styles & asos exclusive brands.

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Referring to fish cookery, this term dates from the seventeenth century. The rare fish and items to catch them are zone specific (although some are obtainable on any shoreline of the broken isles). In german, spanish, and italian, there are similar phrases.

I fear he has other fish to fry, wrote john evelyn in his memoirs (1660).

It is a cliché, and it is rather dismissive. Meaning of bigger fish to fry. Why fish are involved is a mystery lost to time. The first known reference of it in writing, when it was likely already widespread, was in the memoirs , written by english writer and gardener john evelyn in 1660.


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