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Old 11-27-2010, 12:17 AM   #11
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A word of warning Schmaltz herring is quite a bit different to pickled herring, try before you buy.
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Old 11-27-2010, 03:09 PM   #12
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have never eaten herring. my son is crazy about it, he buys in a can.
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:57 AM   #13
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Schmaltz herring is v/salty so the quantity of mayo with the veg balances that. It is a great dish, my Georgian Uncle made it for us, we drank Bison.
Okay, well the plan is just to go with it- i'm doing an eight course meal soo if one or two of the courses don't turn out tasty for the family then there will be plnty of other niceness to be had :)

@SELKIE-apologies for the puncuality on Christmas questions, thanksgiving is not something we have in England - thats my excuse and i'm sticking to it
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Okay, well the plan is just to go with it- i'm doing an eight course meal soo if one or two of the courses don't turn out tasty for the family then there will be plnty of other niceness to be had :)

@SELKIE-apologies for the puncuality on Christmas questions, thanksgiving is not something we have in England - thats my excuse and i'm sticking to it

Thanks for sharing your recipe. Really an interesting combo. And even though I am not Polish, I love most Polish cooking.

I have a restaurant I frequent when in the area called the "two sisters". I am still not sure either of them speak English.

But it does not matter. They make really good polish food, really cheap.


I would tell them I wish they were my aunts... I just don't know how to.
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