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Old 07-05-2011, 12:01 PM   #21
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potatoes, onions, anchovies, cream, butter. Layered and baked.
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Old 07-05-2011, 12:05 PM   #22
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Swedish potato and anchovy bake?
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:08 PM   #23
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potatoes, onions, anchovies, cream, butter. Layered and baked.
Yum. I ate that as a little girl. Havent had it in years. It's Swedish, but I have no idea what it's called.
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Old 07-09-2011, 04:20 AM   #25
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I wouldn't call it that. It is called Jansson's Temptation (Janssons Frestelse) Recipe - Allrecipes.com, not potato and anchovy bake (sorry, that just isn't "it" but yes, it is a baked dish). If you are Swedish (or your ancestors were), you call it Jansson's Frestelse and you have your own favorite recipe for the same. In English, it is Jansson's Temptation. You could make it with your smoked haddock.
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I wouldn't call it that. It is called Jansson's Temptation (Janssons Frestelse) Recipe - Allrecipes.com, not potato and anchovy bake (sorry, that just isn't "it" but yes, it is a baked dish). If you are Swedish (or your ancestors were), you call it Jansson's Frestelse and you have your own favorite recipe for the same. In English, it is Jansson's Temptation. You could make it with your smoked haddock.
You've tought me something :) a friend of mine is Swedish and she made it but just called it "potato and anchovy bake" never knew the swedish name.

Would you mind sending me the recipe if you have it? I love anchovies and my friend didn't want to share hers :(
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Snip, you probably are very fortunate not to know this one!

The "blue box" refers to something known as "Kraft Dinner", "KD", or "Mac and Cheese". It is a North American tradition among kids, poor starving University students and anyone on a budget.

It is noodles and a powdered cheese that come in a "blue box" and isn't that great tasting but sure does in a pinch!

Okay, my turn.
English style sausages served with a generous serving of potatoes that have been boiled and mixed with some butter and milk until smooth.
How about Bangers and Mash.
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How about Bangers and Mash.
Yip, I know bangers and mash :) You not supposed to give me the answer..lol! Just what's in it, I must guess.
We get Fish and Chips wrapped in newspaper and mushy peas here too and some other dishes.
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Yip, I know bangers and mash :) You not supposed to give me the answer..lol! Just what's in it, I must guess.
We get Fish and Chips wrapped in newspaper and mushy peas here too and some other dishes.
LPBeier asked the question? I remember the fish and chips wrapped in newspaper. My grandfather owned a Fish & Chip shop in Canada after arriving from England.
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LPBeier asked the question? I remember the fish and chips wrapped in newspaper. My grandfather owned a Fish & Chip shop in Canada after arriving from England.
Lol! Oh, ok I answered her too :) Jinks!
P.S Must try get your Fish recipes then :)
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