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Old 27th February 2011, 09:18 PM   #231
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Hi tinitus, that sounds good. You are starting with a salted herring, soaking it in water for a while then pouring off the water adding sugar and onion and leaving it for a day, is that correct?

Geez, eating uncooked marinated salmon could be dangerous? Now you tell me.
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Old 27th February 2011, 09:22 PM   #232
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Brining the chicken breast in the old beer bucket. Peel back the skin but leave it attached so you can pull it back over for cooking. 50/50 sugar/salt.

Hard to believe. Breast is $2 a pound and whole wings are $3.30. Go figure. Stupid yuppies started all this.
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Old 27th February 2011, 09:25 PM   #233
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Seasoned dry-fry turkey and salmon. Great for topping soups and salads.
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Old 27th February 2011, 09:28 PM   #234
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Hi tinitus, that sounds good. You are starting with a salted herring, soaking it in water for a while then pouring off the water adding sugar and onion and leaving it for a day, is that correct?

Geez, eating uncooked marinated salmon could be dangerous?
try your luck, eh

I'm not sure about the watering
its usually done for marinading
you know winegar, suger, etc

the one I described is a very quick and tasty way to use salted herrings, fast
thats the trick, its fast, and tasty
maybe its made and eaten the same day
I dont remember it exactly
but ingredints are right
sugar and chopped onion, lots of it
hmm, a little black pepper, maybe

buy a whole bucket of good quality salted herring, not too old
you wont regret
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Old 27th February 2011, 09:45 PM   #235
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We don't see a lot of that around here. Mostly fresh, pickled or frozen. The frozen stuff is what you use as bait to catch the salmon.

EDIT: I've just called around to a few markets and they all say salt herring is a special order item. Not stocked in these parts. Too bad.
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Old 27th February 2011, 10:55 PM   #237
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Why thank you Jacco, you're not such an ******* yourself.

Considering your background your words really mean something.

So I had just enough time before I start cooking so I put together some pizza mushrooms.
Stemmed and de-gilled Portabellas
Sauce
Cheese
Seasoned pork
Green onion
Black olive
Roasted orange pepper
More cheese (grated with my best ever yard sale find)
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Old 28th February 2011, 02:09 AM   #238
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Hey Cal, in the brining of the chicken, what liquid are you using, i.e. what brand of beer. Since it is an old beer barrel.

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