pickled herring

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herring preserved in a pickling liquid (usually brine or vinegar)

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For example, I could be talking about Kant, when suddenly this thought about pickled herring comes into my mind, and with Levin, that's the thought that's going to come out in his dialogue.
Bubbies Fine Foods, LLC will govern all activity related to Bubbies' existing operations, which features a line of premium offerings including its kosher dill pickles, bread and butter chips, pickled green tomatoes, kosher dill relish, sauerkraut, two kinds of horseradish, and pickled herring fillets.
"It tastes like battery puss." --Arto Saari, regarding Finnish pickled herring
Doubts remain about the argument--it would be good to know more about how these developments clashed with or complemented the achievements of the Arabs--but in spite of that the result is more lasagne than pickled herring, a multilayered, complicated, dense book that demands time to read and be digested but rewards by giving one plenty to chew on" ANTHONY SATTIN
This is about world food served with a Scottish twist - fresh and seasonal (the pickled herring was fabulous) and all embracing, from the French vinegar dressings to the Middle Eastern cheeses, Syrian herb salads and Tuscan breads.
You can't buy pickled herring as fresh or delicious.
Neptune Manufacturing prepares, processes, packs, holds and distributes ready-to-eat smoked and salt-cured (pickled) fish and fishery products including pickled herring, smoked steelhead trout, smoked turbot/halibut, smoked whitefish, smoked salmon and smoked mackerel.
But there's always pickled salmon, pickled herring, pickled black cod, plus Scandinavian foods."
The recipes themselves range from Homemade Pickled Herring; Passover Green Chicken Soup; Mixed Stuffed Vegetables in Pomegranate Sauce; and Beef Tagine with Dried Fruits and Nuts; to Spinach Flan; Sambousek (Chickpea-Filled Pastry Pockets); Jerusalem Sweet and Spicy Noodle Kugel; Apple and Raisin Studel; and Mofleta (Sweet Pancake Stacks).
In Sweden I enjoyed reindeer meat, lots of salmon, pickled herring (which Taylor in his show said he never used to like) and pears that grow inside bottles and which would hold peach liqueur.
The average visitor to Denmark is not likely to eat at Noma--reservations are almost impossible to get and prices are high even by Danish standards--but there are countless opportunities throughout the country to enjoy traditional and New Nordic Danish dishes ranging from the world-renowned wienerbrod pastry to rye bread topped with pickled herring. This indispensable guide will educate you about the time-honored foods that form the cornerstone of New Nordic Cuisine, as well as the correct way to eat smorrebrod, how to order a hot dog from a polsevogn, and what Danish words you need to shop for fresh grontsager in an outdoor market.
Chunks of Ukrainian-style, lightly salted bryndza cheese; pickled herring or lox; lemony tahini and a bowl of sweet Iraqi date molasses might follow.
2 cups diced pickled herring, a few pieces reserved 3 medium potatoes, peeled, boiled and diced 1/2 cup diced carrots 1 medium onion, chopped 1/2 cup finely chopped sweet gherkin pickles 4 hard-boiled eggs, 2 chopped, the other 2 quartered and reserved for garnish 1 cup sour cream 1 tablespoon wine vinegar 2 tablespoons hot prepared mustard 1 teaspoon sugar 1 cup diced cooked beets 3 tablespoons chopped fresh dill [1] In large mixing bowl, place herring, potatoes, carrots, onion, pickles and chopped eggs.
These foods include strong, aged cheeses, beef or chicken liver, dry sausage, caviar, dried or pickled herring, anchovies, and tenderized meats.