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Old 05-20-2020, 09:55 PM   #1
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Default Kippers for breakfast in England

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Havent had it for breakfast but Kippered herring sure is good on Ritz crackers with plenty of Sriracha sauce on top

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JD with all due respect to our best allies in the world good old England. If some waiter over their brought that and put it in front of me? I would smash him in the jib with the plate and at 71 yrs old do my best to choke him to death.
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JD with all due respect to our best allies in the world good old England. If some waiter over their brought that and put it in front of me? I would smash him in the jib with the plate and at 71 yrs old do my best to choke him to death.
I thought you'd like that .

I guess those Brits drink plenty of beer in the morning too, to wash that down


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Old 05-21-2020, 01:34 AM   #4
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English food has got to be the worse!
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Old 05-21-2020, 08:45 AM   #5
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If I have other options, I'll pass.

Reminds me of a story about sardines and crackers, though. Growing up, my dad loved sardines and crackers, and I'll admit I developed a taste for them as well. Dad always said it was a cowboy lunch. Since Dad grew up as a cowboy, I figured he must be right, but all the movies and books I'd read had cowboys eating beans for every meal.

So, fast forward 30 years and we are out looking at a well site in the middle of the Empire Ranch in Southern Arizona. The rancher was leading the way in his old pickup truck with his cattle dog riding in the back on the tool box. Every once in a while, he'd hit a big bump or washout and the dog would fly up in the air, only to come back down on his perch, ready for the next one.

We got the site and looked around to make sure we could set up on it okay. It was about lunch time, so Dad and I decided to have a bite to eat before we headed out to get the drill rig and bring it up the road. The rancher decided to join us with his lunch and he pulled a sack out of the front of his truck and took out....you guessed it, a can of sardines and a sleeve of saltine crackers.

Oh yeah - you eat sardines and crackers using your pocketknife to scoop the sardines out onto the cracker.
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Yup their loaded with vitamins and protein.
Hell younger days I traveled Europe and lived on sardines and crackers. Supplemented with local fare bread and wine France, dairy products Switserland, Scandinavia like Germany hell everything was good.
Bull meat in the bar in Barcelona. Killed and then cooked from the bullfight they told me? Almost could not chew the damn stuff. I'll stick with Tapas next visit.
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I've been eating sardines with saltine crackers since I was a pup. I like to squeeze lemon juice on them if I have a fresh lemon handy. My wife & kids have always been grossed out by it...fine, leaves more tasty little fishies for me.

I've never had any of that kippered stuff though.
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I've been eating sardines with saltine crackers since I was a pup. I like to squeeze lemon juice on them if I have a fresh lemon handy. My wife & kids have always been grossed out by it...fine, leaves more tasty little fishies for me.

I've never had any of that kippered stuff though.
My God I am waiting to see if Rick ever ate that that stuff? Damn
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I always have kippers around the house. Just the other morning I had leo, Loxs, eggs & onions.
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I always have kippers around the house. Just the other morning I had leo, Loxs, eggs & onions.
My living God boon I would pay to watch you eat that stuff. Damn man yer crazy lad.
Where is our Brit Rick? I bet he swallowed that stuff? My God brave men.
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I’ve had catfish for breakfast but

I think that I’d have to pass on that

Kipper stuff...
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Iíve had catfish for breakfast but

I think that Iíd have to pass on that

Kipper stuff...
Catfish & grits, or shrimp & grits if done right is great for breakfast
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Catfish & grits, or shrimp & grits if done right is great for breakfast
Just catfish and maybe an onion...

a hush puppy or so goes good with it too

I just never cared that much for grits, Iíve

ate a bunch of them to fill my gut, but they

never were my first choice...
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Just catfish and maybe an onion...

a hush puppy or so goes good with it too

I just never cared that much for grits, Iíve

ate a bunch of them to fill my gut, but they

never were my first choice...
I didn't grow up eating grits. When I did they were cooked in water. In my mind grits need lots of help. Cooking grits in Heavy Cream makes a huge difference. Low Country Shrimp & Grits are nothing like grits.
https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Low-co...2395872?prm-v1
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I like Kippers, sardines, anchovies, ect. But then again I like peanut butter pepper jelly and onion sandwiches so maybe my taste is a bit weird. Cant wait for the cicadas which are supposed to emerge soon. Going to fry them up with sweat and sour hot sauce. Good eating as well.
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