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    Posted: 27 December 2011 at 11:19pm
Anybody else here eat them? My preferred method-
 
 
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Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 
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The Brunswick sardine company actually has its fish plant not too far from where I live. Although Bumblebee bought it out, layed off a bunch of people, and rumors are saying they are going to use the plant only to collect the fish, freeze them, and send them off to China to be packed. Scumbag Bumblebee basically ruining a major job supplier in Southern New Brunswick.
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Haha, this is usally the reaction of people in the room with me when I open a can.
 
 
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I like most of the canned varieties, plain, w/mustard and with hot sauce. I prefer saltine crackers, but will pretty much put them on any type of cxracker. I also like Kipper Snacks. I think Sardines are an old school thing. Supposedly, they were quite popular at one time and most people ate them often in the form of sandwiches.I do get the same reaction from my family when I pop open a can of them though.
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I'd imagine that they would work well with a dodger/live bait rig for salmon fishing.
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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 

This just says to me "I really don't like them but I coat them in sauces until they taste like a hot dog/burrito combo"

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Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:


Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 

This just says to me "I really don't like them but I coat them in sauces until they taste like a hot dog/burrito combo"



Haha, trust me you can't drown out the taste of a sardine.
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Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:


Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 

This just says to me "I really don't like them but I coat them in sauces until they taste like a hot dog/burrito combo"



Haha, trust me you can't drown out the taste of a sardine.

Yeah the thing is my dad just cracks open a package of sardines and eats them straight and he likes the straight-up taste of them.  

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Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:


Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 

This just says to me "I really don't like them but I coat them in sauces until they taste like a hot dog/burrito combo"



Haha, trust me you can't drown out the taste of a sardine.

This. 

It doesn't matter how much mustard and hot sauce I put on the fish, it's still very clearly going to taste like sardines. 
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Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

Originally posted by God God wrote:

Bleech!!!
 
Haha, this is usally the reaction of people in the room with me when I open a can.
 
 

You open a can of sardines with normal people in the same room as you?

You're a monster.

BTW I can run through an entire box of those Triscuits in one sitting.


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I guess I'm wierd, I actually like the taste of fish. It always confuses me when someone tries something like catfish and says it's "too fishy tasting"..... Duh, it's fish moron! I like the fact that is tastes like fish, otherwise I would eat chicken or steak.

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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

I guess I'm wierd, I actually like the taste of fish.

Agreed. 

I generally dislike eating fish that doesn't taste like anything at all. Tilapia is a big culprit. If I wanted to eat a blank canvas where the flavors were applied, I'd just eat tofu. 

I think hot sauce and yellow mustard compliments the rather potent fish taste of sardines. It's also how my grandpa taught me to eat them, so it's just sort of stuck with me. 
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Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

Originally posted by stratoaxe stratoaxe wrote:

Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:


Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Saltines with yellow mustard and hot sauce. 

This just says to me "I really don't like them but I coat them in sauces until they taste like a hot dog/burrito combo"



Haha, trust me you can't drown out the taste of a sardine.

Yeah the thing is my dad just cracks open a package of sardines and eats them straight and he likes the straight-up taste of them.  


My childhood memory of my grandpa and sardines: 

Being over at my grandparents house, and some sporting event being on. Knowing my grandpa, it was either a Florida Gators football game or an Atlanta Braves baseball game. 

Before the game, he'd go to the kitchen and prep the entire can of sardines. He'd take his snack tray, lay out the appropriate number of Saltine crackers, place a sardine on each one, give each one a sort-of toothpaste stripe of yellow mustard, a douse of Texas Pete, and give everything a healthy sprinkle of black pepper. 

Then he'd grab a Natural Light (Or three) out of the fridge and place himself in the recliner, and scream at the TV every time Wuerffel threw a pick. 

I learned sardines by taking some from his tray. 


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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

It's also how my grandpa taught me to eat them, so it's just sort of stuck with me. 
Oddly enough, I got my like of sardines from my grandmother. Like I said, i think it's an older generation thing... Mack probably likes them as well.
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My dad taught me how to eat them on crackers. We also love smoked oysters. Both are best on saltines.
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Originally posted by Rofl_Mao Rofl_Mao wrote:

My dad taught me how to eat them on crackers. We also love smoked oysters. Both are best on saltines.
Growing up ij Florida, I would consider canned oysters somewhat of a blasphemy. Unless they are raw or lightly steamed on a cracker with cocktail sauce, heavily horseradished up, or lemon... you're doing it wrong.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Originally posted by Rofl_Mao Rofl_Mao wrote:

My dad taught me how to eat them on crackers. We also love smoked oysters. Both are best on saltines.
Growing up ij Florida, I would consider canned oysters somewhat of a blasphemy. Unless they are raw or lightly steamed on a cracker with cocktail sauce, heavily horseradished up, or lemon... you're doing it wrong.

Haha. When I was in Ohio, I went to some restaurant in Cincinnati where they had a dozen oysters for about $16. I'd never seen oysters priced so high in my life. 

Even in tacky tourist bars in Daytona they're about $9 for a dozen. 


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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Haha. When I was in Ohio, I went to some restaurant in Cincinnati where they had a dozen oysters for about $16. I'd never seen oysters priced so high in my life. 

Even in tacky tourist bars in Daytona they're about $9 for a dozen. 
I don't know that I have ever seen raw oysters offered anywhere where I have eaten while in Ohio. Honestly, it has been MANY years since I have had oysters, and I really don't remember prices. My mother and I used to hit the Lee & Ricks on 17-92 for a couple of dozen oysters and then the Frisch's on Lee Rd. for a couple of hot fudge cakes for dessert. There was a time that this was a weekly event.
 
*Forgot to mention that "pinky up" is the proper method when slurping oysters from the half shell.


Edited by oldpbnoob - 29 December 2011 at 12:56pm
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