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post #21 of 30
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Thanks Bear! So happy you're back with us, as you were indeed missed!

 

And we just started a new "wine group" in the group section, while you were out; and I would love for you to jump on over and join us!

 

Meanwhile, CHEERS to today! - Leah

post #22 of 30

looks_great.png      Leah, Not a big fish (Eating) fan but you make those look great, I am sure they taste great also. Love to catch them,  Fishing for Salmon and Steelhead here in my area at this time. I'm more of a beef, pork, elk & deer consumer LOL th_anim_burp.gif

 

 

Very nice post enjoy reading them when you post them.

post #23 of 30
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Well thank you so much Driedstick!!!

 

Your fishing sounds amazing!!

 

And I too am a fan of elk, deer, and many red meats such as ostrich, kangaroo, wild boar, yak, caribou, bear, bison, moose, and then let's see, lamb, goat, and, well, OK then, you get the idea! Smiles.

 

I do eat some grass fed beef now and then too, but find the flavor in the exotic game meats is more what I like.

 

In any event, thanks for nice words on the post! My meals are so simple but I enjoy them indeed! Cheers!! - Leah

post #24 of 30
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Thanks Bear! So happy you're back with us, as you were indeed missed!

 

And we just started a new "wine group" in the group section, while you were out; and I would love for you to jump on over and join us!

 

Meanwhile, CHEERS to today! - Leah


Thanks Leah !!

 

I'll stop in as soon as I get time, but I doubt if I have anything to contribute.

My knowledge of wine is limited to what my mother used to get out every Christmas-----Mogan David and Boone's Farm.

I always stayed with Beer---Usually kept me out of trouble!!

 

Bear

post #25 of 30
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You're still welcome to join and share whatever you wish!!! The wine club is to be super friendly, and no matter what anyone is drinking, it is perfectly fine!!!!!!! Cheers!!! - Leah

post #26 of 30

Hey Leah

Being from Saskatchewan, and living in Alberta I thouht sardines came headless and in a tin can.  Go figure.  Actually, they look really good

Gary

post #27 of 30
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Thanks Gary! I really love them!

 

Whether sardines, whiting or smelt, I can eat the whole thing - bones and all - and just adore them!

 

Funny, I've always thought that I was part Lion with my crazy appetite, although perhaps some alley cat does dwell within there too! Smiles.

 

Happy midweek!!! Cheers!!! - Leah

post #28 of 30
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Just another rotation of more smoked sardines today.

 

But today they came smaller than usual around here; and so I smoked them longer - about 30 minutes versus my 20-25 norm - really crisping them up!

 

I was thus able to munch right on through the entire fabulous thing! Heads, eyes, and all! It was delicious!!!

 

Cheers! - Leah

 

 

 

post #29 of 30

They look great as usual.:droolComing into season here but different fish same name:biggrin:.Really close,small,oily,tasty but I think ours used to be called scaley mackeral ,them pilchards & now the much sexier sardine.

Aussie's will go to Europe eat them char grilled in Portugal or similar without realising they are under their noses here.

post #30 of 30
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So interesting Mick, that some Aussies go abroad and quite happily gorge and yet without knowing they have access to such and right at home.

 

I grew up two hours south, by car, from Montreal, Canada (in The People's Republic of Vermont) and last year was chatting with my doctor about her vacation in Montreal, where she enjoyed eating Putine. (The french fries with cheese curd, smoked brisket bits with gravy often ladled over it too, sometimes duck fat, and various "versions" of this rustic dish).

 

My brother, also a foodie albeit very passionate about pork, VERY heavy rustic fare, (versus my penchant and preference for exotic, HEALTHFUL, and minimalistically arranged food) appreciates hearing of such things, and so I wrote him, and told him I had learned about a dish he may enjoy that was called "Putine."

 

Next came him asking how in the hell I could have grown up so close to the Canadian border, dined so many times in Canada therefore as well; and never experienced Putine???? Oh dear.

 

And so, much like your Aussies, sometimes, we know not, of what's right before us.

 

Cheers to discovering such though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - Leah
 

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