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Old 10-27-2012, 12:12 PM   #31
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I use anchovies a lot more often, now that I have discovered anchovy paste. I also discovered that anchovies in jars don't get "fishy" nearly as fast as they do in an open can of anchovies covered with aluminium foil. I used to hate using a few anchovies and having to throw the rest away.

I used to look at the little jars of anchovies and think that it would be really wasteful, since I almost never managed to finish a little can. But, it turns out to be far more economical to buy the jar - they stay fresh longer. If I use some and the oil doesn't completely cover the ones left in the jar, I just top it up with some EVOO.
Tax the ones in the cans never get covered here. I take a small fork or fingers and finish them off. Sometimes I just slice a baguette and butter it then put on the fishies and chew
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Old 10-27-2012, 12:41 PM   #32
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Tax the ones in the cans never get covered here. I take a small fork or fingers and finish them off. Sometimes I just slice a baguette and butter it then put on the fishies and chew
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Same here

Tonight I'm experimenting some stewed rabbit, and I needed just three little fillets. I put those anchovies in the pan, then I watched my lovely jar and said to myself, man, do the right thing. So I ate the rest fishing with my fingers!
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Old 10-27-2012, 03:19 PM   #33
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I have pretty much decided that I won't buy the cans of anchovies unless I intend to use the whole can.
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Old 10-31-2012, 05:39 PM   #34
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Same here

Tonight I'm experimenting some stewed rabbit, and I needed just three little fillets. I put those anchovies in the pan, then I watched my lovely jar and said to myself, man, do the right thing. So I ate the rest fishing with my fingers!
You done did the right thing fer sure
Way to go.
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I made this salad dressing tonight. I did add anchovy. Oh my goodness! This is wonderful and oh so tasty. Thank you again Ma.
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Old 11-14-2013, 09:47 PM   #36
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I made this salad dressing tonight. I did add anchovy. Oh my goodness! This is wonderful and oh so tasty. Thank you again Ma.
Thanks for letting me know Tax so glad you like the recipe it makes me smile when I hear back about a posted recipe.
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