Sunday, February 5, 2012

Sardines - Silent Sunday

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  1. Beautiful shots! I need salt crusted sardines recently, a very under used fish.

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    1. Ooh salt crusted sounds yum! I think it's underused because of the many bones. I should have looked for the super small ones. You can eat the bones without choking on them:).

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  2. I'm a sucker for sardines... don't think I'd ever say that as a child, but now I can't get enough of them!

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    1. Ahahaha Bri, I can't imagine you as a child or any child in the US saying that. It's a tad problematic fish, though delicious even with the adults.

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  3. So pretty! I love their silvery skin. Lovely shots.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. TY Rosa, I know, right?! So shimmery!

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  4. Beautiful, Shulie, really beautiful!

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  5. Yum! And what a picture. Lovely.

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    1. TY Kiri, indeed flavor is sensational.

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  6. I love sardines and I bring some salted ones from Sicily home every summer when we go to Italy. They are wonderful on pizza or in spaghetti. Lovely shots and can't wait to see your recipe:)

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    1. Now that I would have loved to have salted ones from Sicily. Love how you use them in your pizza and spaghetti. Do you do delivery? No recipe. Just rubbed it with curry and salt.:)

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  7. What lovely photos. You inspire me with every post.

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    1. Am touched Maureen. Hello there down under!

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  8. Look at those perfect little guys. I adore sardines (though my family doesn't feel the same way) and eat them whenever I get the chance. Lovely photos!

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    1. TY Dara. Same exact situation in this household. You had to see the struggle these guys go through attempting to eat sardines but mostly give up on them.:)

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  9. Gorgeous photos -- I grew up enjoying sardines. So yum :)

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    1. I know, right, Kiran?! Me too. I think overseas sardines are way more popular.

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