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  Sven & Ole's Pizza
Since 1988 The Pickled Herring Pub has served up the widest selection of domestic, import, premium and micro-brew beers on the North Shore.
The Pickled Herring Pub has the World Beer Tour and the United States Beer Tour where you must purchase and drink each beer on each
The Pickled Herring Pub opens at 4:00 pm Monday-Friday and at Noon Saturday and Sunday, during the summer months.
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The herring is not renowned for its delicious flavor, its subtle texture, its satisfying appearance, the bravery or skill of its fishermen, or anything else that would recommend it as a casual food.
Pickled herring is the raw fish (already a dubious proposition) scaled, gutted, beheaded, betailed, filleted, but not skinned, dumped into a mixture of vinegar, pickling spices, and coarsely chopped raw onions, and let mature for a suitable number of weeks.
In the manner of the oral polio vaccine, early and repeated introduction of pickled herring into the mouth of baby triggers a whirlwind of biochemical permutations, altering cerebral microstructure, and forever addicting that hapless tot through adulthood and until death to the appalling siren song of raw fish and onions in vinegar.
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  Herring at AllExperts
Herring have been a staple food source, especially for northern Europeans, back to 3000 B.C. There are numerous ways the fish is served and many regional recipes: eaten raw, fermented, pickled, or cured by other techniques.
Once the pickling process is finished and depending on which of the dozens of classic herring flavorings are selected, it is usually enjoyed with dark rye bread, crisp bread, or potatoes.
Pickled herrings are also common in Ashkenanzi Jewish cuisine, perhaps best known for forshmak salad known in English simply as "chopped herring".
en.allexperts.com /e/h/he/herring.htm   (536 words)

 herring - Allrecipes
Bismarck herring are unskinned fillets that have been cured in a mixture of vinegar, sugar, salt and onions.
Pickled herring (also called marinated herring) have been marinated in vinegar and spices before being bottled in either a sour-cream sauce or a wine sauce.
Schmaltz herring are mature, higher-fat herring that are filleted and preserved in brine.
allrecipes.com /howto/herring/detail.aspx   (371 words)

 Print   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I have never eaten store-bought pickled herring that even began to compare with this, and though it's a bit messy in the first stages of preparation, it is really simple and foolproof to produce.
The best herrings for pickling are those that have miltz, the milky sacs that are the spleen of the fish.
Herring can be served just with onions, without the addition of sour cream, but to prepare a sour cream sauce, beat 1 to 2 tablespoons pickling liquid into each 1/2 cup of sour cream you will need.
www.centropa.org /print.asp?print=recp_MIMI&id=15   (1040 words)

 Baltic herring
Herring and Baltic herring dishes are an indispensable part of the Nordic smörgåsbord.
The concentrations of dioxin in the Baltic herring caught in Finnish coastal waters are significantly higher than the prescribed EU maximum, which has lead to tougher dietary restrictions in Finland.
However, the Baltic herring is a vital source of protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fatty acids for the Finns, so the health benefits of the fish should also be taken into consideration when balancing the harms and benefits of it.
www.saunalahti.fi /~marian1/gourmet/balt_her.htm   (564 words)

No Scandinavian smörgåsbord is complete without herring in several different forms: served in a variety of marinades and sauces, as ingredients in warm dishes and salads and on open-faced sandwiches.
The supply of herring in the Scandinavian ocean waters varies greatly from period to period.
The fluctuations in herring quantity off the coast of Bohuslän in western Sweden have been charted all the way back to the 10th century.
skandland.com /herring.htm   (481 words)

 OU Kosher | The Kashrus of Pickled Herring
That’s when fishing for herring is done because that is when herring rise to the surface of the ocean to feed on rising phytoplankton, and they are therefore most accessible to the fishermen’s net.
Salt, glacial acetic acid (a petroleum-based ingredient) and vinegar are used to preserve the herring (the saltiness of the salt and acidity of the glacial acetic acid or vinegar creates an environment hostile to bacteria, which are responsible for decay of foods).
Herring is generally cured in barrels, and after the curing the process the barrels are sealed.
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 Herring Fisheries Home Page: Division of Commercial Fisheries - Alaska Fish and Game
Gulf of Alaska herring are genetically distinct from Bering Sea herring (Grant and Utter 1984) and are smaller and non-migratory, generally moving less than 100 miles among spawning, feeding, and wintering grounds.
Salted and pickled herring production for food peaked after World War I, when about 28 million lb (12,700 mt) were harvested annually (figure of historical herring sac roe harvests).
The commercial catch of herring for bait in Alaska began around 1900 and remained relatively stable, typically 4–6 million lb (1,800–2,700 mt) per year, in spite of very large fluctuations in the herring catch for the reduction, foreign, and sac roe fisheries.
www.cf.adfg.state.ak.us /geninfo/finfish/herring/herrhome.php   (743 words)

 Axfood - news
Breaking down the country into pickled herring variants, it is apparent that herring in mustard-cream sauce is the most popular in northern, central and eastern Sweden, while people in southern Sweden buy the most pickled herring in onion brine.
Sweet-pickled herring and aged cheese are most popular in the Stockholm area and Visby, while onion-pickled herring and cream are less popular.
Herring in mustard-cream sauce is not high on their list, however.
www.axfood.se /showdoc.asp?docname=output%20pressrelease&docfolderid=16&channeltypeid=7&channelitemid=441729&folderid=788&setlanguageid=4   (369 words)

 Pickled Herring   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pickled Herring is one of the many traditional Norwegian bread spreads, and a must for the complete Norwegian Christmas breakfast table.
Soak the herrings in water for 1-2 hours, rinse them, fillet them, dry them well and cut them in 1.5 cm strips.
Cover the herring with the vinegar marinade and leave for at least 1 day.
www.infonorway.com /recipes/nc/pickledherring.html   (80 words)

 European Tours and Vacations for Women - Recipes - Fish   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prepare all ingredients: 6 pickled herrings, drained, 1 large onion, peeled and chopped, 1 clove garlic, crushed, 6 hard-cooked eggs, peeled and chopped, 1 apple, cored and chopped, 1 tsp lemon juice, 1 cup sour cream, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp pepper, 2 TBS fresh dill or parsley, chopped
Prepare all ingredients: 10 herring filets, 1 jar (370ml) of dill pickles, 1 jar (370ml) of pickled beets, 1 jar (370ml) of pickled onions, 3 apples, cup of white vine vinigar, cup of olive oil, 2 tsp.
Prepare all ingredients: 4 salted herrings, 2 large onions, sliced, 2 whole fl peppers, 5 whole grains of allspice, 1 bay leaf, half a lemon, peeled and sliced, 1/2 pint sour cream, juice of 3 lemons.
www.sightsandsoul.com /recipes___fish   (391 words)

 Recipes : Pickled Herring : Food Network
Soak the herring in the milk for at least 12 hours or up to 24 to draw out a lot of the excess salt.
Arrange the herring fillets, onion, carrots, dill, bay leaves, and horseradish in a glass dish or funky Mason jar.
Pour the cooled pickling mixture into the jar so that all the ingredients are completely covered with the liquid.
www.foodnetwork.com /food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_23400,00.html   (147 words)

 Amazon.fr : Pickled Herring and Pumpkin Pie: A Nineteenth-Century Cookbook for German Immigrants to America: Livres en ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pickled Herring and Pumpkin Pie is the reprint of a best-selling nineteenth-century German cookbook that was adapted for Germans living in America.
A minister's daughter from Westphalia, she spent her young adult years working as a house mistress at wealthy estates and as a teacher at a school for young women.
Striving to educate her students to be good housewives and proper young ladies, she saw a lack of written guidelines in the education of young girls and women, especially in their education as young cooks.
www.amazon.fr /Pickled-Herring-Pumpkin-Pie-Nineteenth-Century/dp/0924119055   (528 words)

 State of Superior Cuisine: Yooper Food: Other Pickled Foods
Soak the herring in cold water overnight, drain, and remove entrails, reserving the milt.
Place herring in crock in layers, with sliced onion, lemon, a few pieces of bay leaf, a sprinkling of mustard seed, and peppers.
Add herring, onion, bay leaves, and peppercorns Add cream and only enough vinegar or lemon juice to make a heavy sauce to cover.
www.kenanderson.net /up/html/other_pickled.html   (282 words)

 Recipe 194787 --- Pickled Herring: Fish
Soak the herring in lots of cold water for 10 to 12 hours or follow the directions on the package.
Pour the dressing over the herring and refrigerate for a couple of hours.
Then cut the herring in 1cm thick slices cover with dressing and garnish with red onion rings and dill sprigs.
www.fooddownunder.com /cgi-bin/recipe.cgi?r=194787   (123 words)

 Roadfood.com Forums - Herring for New Year's   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Oh, I can eat herring any time too, I grew up in the era (1960's) of going to a nice supper club for dinner ment a nice relish tray before dinner that always included herring, radishes, cucumber, olives amd such.
Herring was traditional in our family for all the holiday season.
I had some Pickled herring at midnight on NYE, yes it is a German tradition that is to bring good luck in the coming new year.
www.roadfood.com /Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17085   (648 words)

 #Easter dishes recipes
Chop in small cubes, mix together, color with some of the red pickling vinegar from the pickled beet roots, spice with salt and pepper after indivudal taste.
Bring the vinegar, water and sugar to boil in a 1 to 1-1/2 quart enameled or stainless-steed saucepan, stirring constantly until the sugar completely dissolves.
Top with a few slices of herring, carrots, giner root and horse-radish and scatter with allspice, mustard seeds and bay leaf.
hem.passagen.se /farila/eastfood.htm   (789 words)

 Dumbrella Boards :: View topic - Pickled herring
Pickled herring is good if you feel the need to atone for your sins.
Pickled herring on rye with raw onion rings and half a hardboiled egg on top is like God smiling upon you.
I had this salad that had a pickled white fish with a few other pickled veggies and others that were not.
www.dumbrella.com /bb/viewtopic.php?t=2771   (626 words)

 Pickled to a Finn's fancy Scandinavian Review - Find Articles
Although commonly translated as Baltic herring, the slight and silvery silakka is not actually considered a herring by the Finns; in their opinion, a herring is an inch or so longer, lives in the Atlantic and is heavily exported by Norwegians and Icelanders.
The most straightforward recipe is suolassilakka, or salted herring, where a slippery handful of the fish is packed whole and upright in brine.
Among the varieties commonly found at the market are sinappisilakka (herring in a creamy mustard sauce), tillisilakka (herring in a dill sauce), tomattisilakka (herring in a tomato sauce), kermavlisilakka (herring in a rich yogurt-like sauce), valkosipulisilakka (herring in a garlic sauce) and punavnisilakka (herring in red wine).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3760/is_199610/ai_n8744707   (913 words)

 BRAY - Still Life in Praise of the Pickled Herring
Resting behind the large, succulent herring and other objects in the painting's foreground, there is an elaborate tablet, draped with a festoon of herrings and requisite onions, inscribed with a poem by the Remonstrant preacher and poet Jacob Westerbaen: 'In praise of the Pickled Herring' published in 1633.
After telling of the herring's delight to the eye, palette, and its other qualities, Westerbaen adds that consumption of it 'Will make you apt to piss/And you will not fail/(With pardon) to shit/And ceaselessly fart...' - proof, if it is needed, that plain profane messages are as likely embodied in Dutch paintings as spiritual ones.
It includes the text of Westerbaen's verse dedicated to the pickled herring, and a brief passage from his poem 'Cupido' on the page of an open folio accompanied by an ample display of herrings and onions.
www.londonfoodfilmfiesta.co.uk /Artmai~1/Bray.htm   (367 words)

 The Ethicurean: Chew the right thing. » Blog Archive » It’s time to get pickled!
Herring was always one of the special treats my family offered to relatives and friends who came to our house to enjoy the holidays with us.
As a matter of fact, they had at least four varieties of pickled herring: herring in wine sauce, herring in mustard, in dill, and in sour cream.
According to the Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition, pickling spices usually contain a blend of mustard seeds, cinnamon, ginger, bay leaves, pepper, allspice, caraway seeds, cloves, mace, and cardamom.
www.ethicurean.com /2007/01/12/get-pickled   (1066 words)

Pickled herring may be among the most familiar Swedish foods to Americans, but herring can be prepared in other ways, too.
Herring has a prominent place on the smörgåsbord, on open-faced sandwiches, marinated and in salads, and in cold and hot dishes.
Herring bones are found in food middens uncovered by archeologists studying Neolithic settlements.
scandinaviancooking.com /articles/herring.htm   (395 words)

 Russ & Daughters | Herring
Herring has been a popular fish for centuries, primarily for its shelf life.
Herring in cream sauce, however, is good for 5 days due to the dairy.
Reminisce with us while enjoying old fashioned succulent gaspe nova, silky wood smoked Scottish salmon, buttery sable, savory white sturgeon, whipped plain and scallion cream cheese, homemade pickled herring with plain and cream sauce, decadent honey roasted pecans, old fashioned rugelach, and old style NY bagels and bialy's.
www.russanddaughters.com /pr_herring.html   (311 words)

 Olsen Fish Company-- Herring Products
So huge were the schools of Atlantic herring, and so precise were their swimming formations, that the early Germanic people called them an army.
A herring is a beautifully marked blue-green and silver iridescent delicately flavored nutritious fish.
Some looked for a “spot of oil” on the surface of the sea, which meant a passing school of Atlantic herring and others were able to sniff out the schools by the odor of cucumber that permeated the air whenever herring were close by.
www.olsenfish.com /herring.cfm   (443 words)

 Recipe 194790 --- Pickled Herring: Appetizers Party Snacks Nibbles Fish Jewish Jewish Kosher
Wash the herring thoroughly and soak in cold water for 6 hours; drain.
Bring the vinegar, water, sugar, pickling spice and bay leaves to a boil.
For dairy meals, the liquid may be mixed with sour cream before or after pickling.
www.fooddownunder.com /cgi-bin/recipe.cgi?r=194790   (113 words)

 Pickled Herring Recipe - YumYum.com
Wash the herring fillets well under running cold water.
Cover the herring with the sliced onions, making layers in necessary.
Remove the herring fillets from the marinade and slice into bite-size pieces.
www.yumyum.com /recipe.htm?ID=1594   (205 words)

 Pickled Herring Recipe - YumYum.com
Remove the herring fillets from the marinade and slice into bite-size pieces.
Mix the marinade and onions with the herring pieces, and serve.
ADVICE FROM MAMA: While ny father used an old-fashioned enameled pan in which to soak and marinate the herring, I prefer to use those nice plastic containers that come in different shapes and sizes, each with its own lid.
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