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Old 06-24-2016, 07:00 PM   #111
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Addie, it could just be me. And the only Ivar's I've ever gone into is the take-out place by the ferry terminal in Seattle and that was years ago. Maybe they've gotten better since then. Who knows?
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Old 06-24-2016, 07:04 PM   #112
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My favorites are wild freshly caught red snapper and wild caught Tuna. When I feel like meat I eat the Tuna. When I feel like a feel like fish I have the Red Snapper.
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Old 06-24-2016, 08:15 PM   #113
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Addie, it could just be me. And the only Ivar's I've ever gone into is the take-out place by the ferry terminal in Seattle and that was years ago. Maybe they've gotten better since then. Who knows?
And I am talking more than 40 years ago.
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Old 06-24-2016, 09:43 PM   #114
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Hot-smoked Copper River Chinook salmon. The new season is just getting going, and Costco is selling twitchy-fresh whole fish for $8/lb here in Seattle. Eat your hearts out, America.

I split them open, then smoke and serve them whole for maximum, Game of Thrones effect. This is the Pacific North West, so I smoke with alder. Prep on the fish? A little butter, lemon juice, dab of cayenne, is all.
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Old 06-25-2016, 03:18 AM   #115
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...I do have to say I hate smell of fish on my hands and if I touch it I will wash my hands for hours making sure that there is no smell at all...
Charlie, look for Softsoap Kitchen Fresh Hands liquid hand soap. I don't remember who here (Aunt Bea? tinlizzie? someone) suggested I try that to get rid of lingering smells from onions and raw potato. I've been eternally grateful ever since. I have to say that I can't tell I've handled those foods after I scrub my hands with that soap - and my nose is a super-sniffer.
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Old 06-27-2016, 07:47 AM   #116
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Charlie, look for Softsoap Kitchen Fresh Hands liquid hand soap. I don't remember who here (Aunt Bea? tinlizzie? someone) suggested I try that to get rid of lingering smells from onions and raw potato. I've been eternally grateful ever since. I have to say that I can't tell I've handled those foods after I scrub my hands with that soap - and my nose is a super-sniffer.

In my opinion onions was much easier than herring for example. Usually I just use vinegar. It helps.


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I think my favourite fish is Danish (cold) smoked herring. Cold smoked salmon or graved laks are a close second. I like salt water fish: fresh water fish, not so much.
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Old 06-27-2016, 12:21 PM   #118
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For anyone who wants to check the sustainability of fish they are buying, this website is really good: Seafood Watch - Official Site of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Sustainable Seafood Program They have an app for phones too.
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