Sardines?

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  1. P. Aaron

    P. Aaron Supporting Member

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    I dig 'em. Always have. In water. If you're spending more than a buck a can, you're spending to much.

    Wash in container with white vinegar, enjoy with cheese & crackers, dry white wine.
  2. baba

    baba Supporting Member

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    Yes. I prefer them in mustard though.
  3. Bloodhammer

    Bloodhammer Twinkle Twinkle Black Star Supporting Member

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  4. ZenG

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    Did you know that Sardines are also called Pilchard?
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  6. Basshappi

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    I like kippers better but sardines in mustard sauce are good. The ones in tomato sauce are good with a few splashes of tapito and a squeeze of lime.
  7. Phalex

    Phalex Yeah, I've got the moves like Jagger. Supporting Member

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    Theyre good in mustard, or hot sauce, but the smoked ones in oil are the best IMO.
  8. Milk

    Milk Supporting Member

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    In grade school i used to sometimes bring some for lunch. That didn't make me popular. I used to try to gross girls out by picking them up by the tail and slowly lowering them into my mouth.
  9. embellisher

    embellisher Holy Ghost filled Bass Player Supporting Member

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    Yep. Like sardines, love kippers!
  10. line6man

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    Take a can of sardines in oil, and brush the oil on some crusty toasted bread. Then put the sardines on the bread, and cover with avocado and lime juice. Then coarsely grate some black pepper. :D
  11. Basshappi

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    Oh, that sounds good, I'll give that at try.
  12. Phalex

    Phalex Yeah, I've got the moves like Jagger. Supporting Member

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  13. Immigrant

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    Saltines in oil are great, as is pickled herring.
  14. Gorn Captain

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    I am currently inebriated and I agree. I have the boozin munchies and coincidentally a can of delicious mustardy sardines in the cupboard, but I think it's best to save them for another day. That is all. Good night.
  15. placedesjardins

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    I love sardines on olive oil. I'll eat that with toast or breadsticks.
  16. Immigrant

    Immigrant

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    I LOLd

    I haven't had that in years, but I remember throwing tater tots in the oven and passing out...several times. Wake up hours later in a smoky house with little black nuggets in the oven. Back in the days before smoke alarms.
  17. shadowtippy

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    Packed in a can like fat women in a bingo hall.
  18. freatles

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    sardines - or mackerel!
  19. stratovani

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    My Mom would serve us beans and sardines for lunch when we were kids. Loved it!
  20. SolarMan

    SolarMan Supporting Member

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    I love sardines too - but I confess to taking the spinal cord out. Just don't like the crunch.

    Current favorite is the $1 per tin Chicken of the sea lightly smoked in oil. Yum!
  21. bassybill

    bassybill The smooth moderator... Supporting Member

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    I love fresh sardines, barbecued. They're great with crusty French bread and English mustard (it has to be freshly mixed proper stuff, not the generic rubbish) or Worcestershire sauce.

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