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Consumption of sill : tell me of your faves

Benzed
post 13.Nov.2006, 08:19 PM
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Having gradually increased my sill consumption by the month, I would now say skärgårdssill is my absolute favourite.

It´s fair to say I don´t largely venture away from the Abba range, but still. Sill. What a grower.

[img]http://www.swestuff.com/images/skargardssill.gif[/img]
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Nicklouse
post 13.Nov.2006, 08:25 PM
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any all. cant say i have found one that i dont like.

like the lingon and the Orange one when it was about.
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VikingHumpingWitch
post 13.Nov.2006, 08:40 PM
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If anyone can explain to me how it is that I dislike most fish that I've ever eaten (tuna and salmon aside), and yet I can eat raw pickled herring, I'd be really grateful.
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Shark99 - The Great Catsb...
post 13.Nov.2006, 08:45 PM
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I actually like stektsill the most, it's yummy in my tummy, just like fried chicken.
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Faithless
post 13.Nov.2006, 08:47 PM
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* Senapssill
* Matjesill with LOADS of sour cream/gräddfil
* Löksill

Don't stray from ABBA unless to a more exclusive brand, the cheaper/Konsum/ICA ones can be a real disappointment.

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Benzed
post 13.Nov.2006, 09:03 PM
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Roger that Faithy me ol´ china. Wouldn´t want to risk low quality where raw herring is concerned eh.

9 pieces of knäckebröd and half a jar of skärgårdssill. A quality dinner indeed.
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Nicklouse
post 13.Nov.2006, 09:08 PM
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sounds like too much knäckebröd.
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*Torque*
post 13.Nov.2006, 09:17 PM
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Aren't there any fresh herring stands with onion, okay, dill, in Sweden? There's an entrepreneurial venture for ya.
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Benzed
post 13.Nov.2006, 09:19 PM
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That´s more Nederlanden fare.

[img]http://thepetitepig.typepad.com/the_petite_pig/images/dutch_herring.jpg[/img]
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Shark99 - The Great Catsb...
post 13.Nov.2006, 09:21 PM
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Nothing like a Dutch deep throat.
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*Torque*
post 13.Nov.2006, 11:31 PM
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QUOTE (Benzed)
That´s more Nederlanden fare.


So, Swedes really prefer their herring out of a jar, or I guess in an expensive restaurant smorgasbord arena? Shame.
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Faithless
post 13.Nov.2006, 11:35 PM
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QUOTE (Torque)
Aren't there any fresh herring stands with onion, okay, dill, in Sweden? There's an entrepreneurial venture for ya.


Theres one about 200 meters from me, at Slussen.

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*Torque*
post 14.Nov.2006, 01:08 AM
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Good, good, good, Faithless. There's nothing like a good, fresh, just right amount of a high protein snack when you're out and about...and one that tastes so good! Still, I'm certain there could be more, and when it's not herring season, a snackstand of korb and whatever else would be handy and nice to eat, too. Good for the social amongst you, and those who can stand being outside.
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Alfredo
post 14.Nov.2006, 10:53 AM
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Sillily enough, I too have been ruminating over the wonders of sill in a jar ...

I've got an opened jar in the fridge.

It's been there about 3 weeks.

I should like to ask the panel, whether they think the contents will be okazay for ingestion, or will I suffer unfortunate and embarrassing consequences ...

Aside from this, I'm looking forward to trying the Skärgårdssill, as I have got very bored with senap.

Fill up with sill!
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Mzungu
post 14.Nov.2006, 12:00 PM
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Location: South Africa
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QUOTE (Alfredo)
I've got an opened jar in the fridge.

It's been there about 3 weeks.

I should like to ask the panel, whether they think the contents will be okazay for ingestion, or will I suffer unfortunate and embarrassing consequences ...


Throw it out!

Not worth the risk, have seen the consequences of an opened jar of sill which was a "little too ripe"... not a talking matter!!
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