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 Post subject: Pickled herring
PostPosted: July 15th, 2012, 1:28 am 
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Every once in a while I get a craving for Pickled Herring. I'll buy a jar of Comeau's herring in wine sauce or Solomon Gundy. I like these snacks right out of the jar, or, If i want to get fancy, on thinly sliced, lightly buttered, dark rye bread, with a little dab of sour cream.

Does anyone have a different way of serving pickled herring?


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PostPosted: July 15th, 2012, 1:31 am 
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islanderatheart wrote:
Every once in a while I get a craving for Pickled Herring. I'll buy a jar of Comeau's herring in wine sauce or Solomon Gundy. I like these snacks right out of the jar, or, If i want to get fancy, on thinly sliced, lightly buttered, dark rye bread, with a little dab of sour cream.

Does anyone have a different way of serving pickled herring?


I love it too.
One time at a restaurant in Nova Scotia, it was served as an appetizer, mixed with thinly sliced green apples, thinly sliced vidalia onions, capers, and sour cream all on a bed of lettuce with melba toast. Sounds like a strange combination, but it was delicious.


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