yummy sardines

raggie33

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am i the only sradine lover? there so good and so cheap i eat em all the time
 

Flying Turtle

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I'm with you, Raggie. Love a sardine. Kippered herring is good too. I used to gross out my boss by eating them straight out of the can. Big Lots is a good place to find cheap sardines.

Geoff
 

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Boy Raggie you must have a lead stomach. Between the Yummy sardines /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/eeew.gif and the spicy chicken /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/crazy.gif I don't think I would feal very good after dinner at your house./ubbthreads/images/graemlins/sick2.gif
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Santelmo

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Another foodie thread /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/happy14.gif /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/popcorn.gif

I like are the "spanish style" more, in olive/corn oil and with pepper corns, capers, sliced carrots and pickles. Really full of flavor over hot piping rice with scrambled eggs on the side!
 

hideo

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kipppers are excellent and don't forget smoked oysters and/or anchovies, with a little crusty bread to sop up the oil ...

squid tinned in it's own ink for a little variety ... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif

remember that great episode of "Futurama" centering around a $2000 tin of anchovies /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/blush.gif


hideo
 

eebowler

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lol Sardines are great! I love to eat them with lots of onions and tomatoes and of course pepper!

Tuna is another favorite!
 

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I like sardines.. BUT without any bones or guts.. I look around and most of the sardines sold in the area are with bones and guts..

I buy sardines that are boneless and skinless. THEY ARE GOOD!

-tom
 

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The daughter of a family friend died from food poisoining after eating a can of sardines. I have not eaten them since.
 

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Rothrandir

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i might like them, but i doubt i'll ever find out for sure! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/icon15.gif
 

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MR Bulk

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I like "BeachCliff Fish Steaks", which are likely sardines with an uptown label. Also I like the sardines that come already packed in either mustard, hot sauce or one or two other varieties which I forget the names of right now. But I don't (can't) eat'em straight out the tin can "unflavored". My wife is good at stir-frying'em up with green onions and garlic and soy sauce and some vegetables and stuff. Not bad that way either.
 
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