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O/T Sardines How do you like-em

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  1. Pull & Mark

    Pull & Mark Well-Known Member

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    Now, I really never cared for them on my Pizza pie, but I do like them very much right out of the can. They need to be packed in pure virgin olive oil, and they need to be Norwegian packed by any of the Norway companies. I do not care for the american Sardines packed with all the different types of sauces. Right out of the can or maybe just sitting a saltine cracker or a ritz. How about you. How do you like them.Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    I prefer really good ( quality) anchovies but sardines are good to
     
  3. nipper

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    a cracker of any sort but only in olive oil,none of the bbq stuff america came up with


    bill
     
  4. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    Same as you guys, but with a squeeze of lemon juice.
     
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    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    With mustard on saltines.

    HM
     
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    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    i like my sardines still in the can on the supermarket shelf :-D
     
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    So far I like them any way that I have tried them. I like salted and deep fried the best. I have not seen any in BBQ sauce, but I like the ones that are canned in tomato sauce. The ones canned in water need some soy sauce.

    Jason
     
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    With a slab of country store bologna, on crackers, after a good walk on a cold day with a shotgun in my hands, and good dogs baying. ;^)
     
  9. Bocephas

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    Mustard or oil for me.

    I like salt Herring also.Just ordered some.

    Bo
     
  10. redix

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    Spicy Portuguese sardines (http://www.amazon.com/Portuguese-Sardines-Pepper-Olive-igourmet-com/dp/B0000TUA7O) on toast are my favorites.
     
  11. shadow

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    Mushed up with a dab of Miracle Whip and on a cracker. Shiner Bock on the side.
     
  12. Capt. Morgan

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    Sardines in mustard sauce with thinly-sliced vadalia onion on thin slices of Jewish deli rye bread!

    Morgan
     
  13. cottondoctor

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    A saltine cracker and sardines packed only in olive oil - none of the other "off flavors"
    Doc
     
  14. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    Pull & Mark:

    They make a great wet sandwich. Sardines in mustard on toasted whole wheat or rye with sharp cheddar and dill pickle chips. They're also good on a large garden salad (raw spinach, tomato, cukes, onion, bell pepper, radish, shredded carrot, etc.).

    Heart healthy omega 3 fats and calcium are just two of sardines' positive nutritional components.

    sissy
     
  15. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    try this. sardines in oilve oil mixed with mayo and some sweet pickle relish. similiar to tuna fish made the same way. eat it cold on a saltine cracker. motordoc
     
  16. Jerry944t

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    Freshly caught they make great bait.
     
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    On the end of a hook with a big 200 lb. Yellow Fin Tuna chasing it.
     
  18. Bocephas

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    Mustard or oil for me.

    I like salt Herring also.Just ordered some.

    Bo
     
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    Spicy Portuguese sardines (http://www.amazon.com/Portuguese-Sardines-Pepper-Olive-igourmet-com/dp/B0000TUA7O) on toast are my favorites.
     
  20. shadow

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    Mushed up with a dab of Miracle Whip and on a cracker. Shiner Bock on the side.
     
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