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Old 09-05-2011, 10:56 PM   #31
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with the risk of being to simple: i had a small pepperoni pizza, frozen. i opened a can of anchovies and laid them on the pizza. wonderful and took it out of the mundane.
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:33 PM   #32
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I put anchovie paste in my homemade salad dressing and whole fillets on the salad.

And on Greek salad

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Old 09-05-2011, 11:48 PM   #33
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i just remembered another good use. anchovy stuffed pickled hot cherry peppers. i'll be making a batch this week using some pickled, some fresh hot cherry peppers.

mix a good squirt of anchovy paste with some toasted seasoned breadcrumbs (breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, dried basil, oregano, and parsley) and a bit of olive oil to form a sort of paste, core the pickled hot cherry peppers, and stuff the peppers with the paste. put stuffed peppers in a bowl and cover with extra virgin olive oil.

serve with crusty italian bread, dipping the bread in the oil as you eat the peppers.
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:53 PM   #34
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i just remembered another good use. anchovy stuffed pickled hot cherry peppers. i'll be making a batch this week using some pickled, some fresh hot cherry peppers.

mix a good squirt of anchovy paste with some toasted seasoned breadcrumbs (breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, dried basil, oregano, and parsley) and a bit of olive oil to form a sort of paste, core the pickled hot cherry peppers, and stuff the peppers with the paste. put stuffed peppers in a bowl and cover with extra virgin olive oil.

serve with crusty italian bread, dipping the bread in the oil as you eat the peppers.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO That sounds good!!

What brand store bought pickeld peppers would you suggest? Or I can just stop by your house ..........
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:00 AM   #35
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c'mon over. you can help me move stuff around in the drying basement...

i have a jar of b&g brand, and some left from last year's garden crop that i pickled.

i haven't been back in the garden for a few days, but i can see lots of peppers to pick from the kitchen window for the fresh ones.

a lot of italian delis around us have stuffed cherry peppers, but often they're stuffed with prosciutto and provolone or mozzarella. the anchovy/breadcrumb paste ones are harder to find. mucci's in saddle brook started carrying them, but they're ridiculous at 50 cents each for small peppers.
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:06 AM   #36
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c'mon over. you can help me move stuff around in the drying basement...

i have a jar of b&g brand, and some left from last year's garden crop that i pickled.

i haven't been back in the garden for a few days, but i can see lots of peppers to pick from the kitchen window for the fresh ones.

a lot of italian delis around us have stuffed cherry peppers, but often they're stuffed with prosciutto and provolone or mozzarella. the anchovy/breadcrumb paste ones are harder to find. mucci's in saddle brook started carrying them, but they're ridiculous at 50 cents each for small peppers.
Mucci's? Are they on Market st?
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:11 AM   #37
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and some left from last year's garden crop that i pickled.

i haven't been back in the garden for a few days, but i can see lots of peppers to pick from the kitchen window for the fresh ones.
Will you pick a peck Peter?
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:18 AM   #38
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Mucci's? Are they on Market st?
yup, about a half mile west of main steet. over the hill from the saddle brook p.d..

and yes, call me peter.
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:24 AM   #39
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yup, about a half mile west of main steet. over the hill from the saddle brook p.d..

and yes, call me peter.
LOL I used to work on market street across from burger king (and the old A&P). We used to eat lunch at Gleason's (they had THE best chili back then but it's gone now). Used to go to Saddle Brook diner on friday night/saturday morning after we closed down "Someplace Else" bar on Main Street in Lodi (also closed). I will have to go check out Mucci's for anchovie stuffed pickled peppers.
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:45 AM   #40
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wow, i remember all of those places, especially gleason's. we used to go there, then finish up the night at the mouse trap (also gone).

if you've watched "boardwalk empire" on hbo, the guy that plays deputy halloran, adam mucci, often works weekends there. really nice guy, and nice family that owns the place.

getting back to anchovies, they have a giant tin of imported italian anchovies on the counter, and also ones packed in salt instead of olive oil.
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