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Pickled Fish

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by pawn, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. pawn

    pawn Active Member

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    Is a Minnesota delicacy... I prefer herring with wine in the pickling solution.
    Anybody else eat pickled fish? :D
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    Pickled herring... Delicious and nutritious! Or as my daughter calls it -stinky fish.
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    Pickled Fish... never had it... doesn't sound too good to me. Then again I'm from the south where steak and potatoes are the norm.
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    Never had any....

    I would like to try it though. Have you ever had hard boiled jalapeno eggs? They are really good! Real simple too, just peal them and place into a jar of jalapeno juice after the peppers have been used up from the jar and place into the fridge for a month.

    Gives a new meaning to the whole "green eggs" thing.

    Yum! :D


    Crpdeth
  5. pawn

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    You can get it in the seafood section of most Wal-mart stores. Jalapeno'ed eggs, never would have thought of that.... I do like to use some of the leftover jalapeno juice when making chilli :D
  6. TranterUK

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    I do Pawn, we eat a lot of fish here.

    Pickled herring with onions, fantastic with a thick slice of real bread. :)
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    Yes Tranter, the onions are nice as well. :) Excellent with bread, crackers or solo...
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