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post #21 of 26

bear, I'm with you, those are the ones I really like. however, my wife doesn't want to be anywhere near me after eating them, so I try to pick and choose when I snack on em.

post #22 of 26

gsdressler  did you ever find smoked dries herring in the wood boxes that used to be avLiable in A&P stores i have started looking i loved those salty fish  email me ; scharpr175@ymail.com if you can help  thanks much i've been looking on and off for 50 years  bob s

post #23 of 26
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Hi. I did find them. I was able to order a 10 lb.box from my Sobey's store. Go in and talk to them...maybe they can order you a box as well. My family loves them....but in moderation as they are very salty.
post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by gsdressler View Post

Hi. I did find them. I was able to order a 10 lb.box from my Sobey's store. Go in and talk to them...maybe they can order you a box as well. My family loves them....but in moderation as they are very salty.


They're Great to take along Deer Hunting:

Take a Pocket full with you.

Tie one to each Boot lace & eat the rest.

The Deer will follow you, thinking you're a Walking Salt Lick!!! :drool

 

 

Bear

post #25 of 26

I make a version using our sardines which are really a scaley mackerel. Alici sotto olio .

Mine are in an Italian style .

Its the cleaning & butterflying little fish thats the PIA .

If you want the method just let me know.

post #26 of 26

You are looking for Kipperines.  Flat, very salty, small bones, dry, dark brown.  Very very tasty.  My grandpa ate them and I tried them and loved them.  Hard to find.  A fish shop should be able to help.

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