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Online ctom

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pickled crappies....
« on: 11/17/17 16:10 UTC »
Here's some right here. Just jarred them up. These are for the holidays and won't last very long.

Online Mike J

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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #1 on: 11/17/17 17:32 UTC »
Very good stuff Tom. I was just thinking about making up a batch of pickled fish myself. 

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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #2 on: 11/17/17 17:54 UTC »
Pickled fish is a new one to me, is that a northern thing? I know you guys also cook your fish in soap up there in Minnesota  :D
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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #3 on: 11/17/17 18:21 UTC »
Hey...if it cannot be fried, or baked, or boiled, or smoked we either salt ad dry it or pickle it. Don't knock it till you've tried it. lol

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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #4 on: 11/17/17 18:49 UTC »
I’d try it, 10 years ago I wouldn’t have but now days I’m
More open to different foods.... think it’s called getting older.

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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #5 on: 11/17/17 18:51 UTC »
The onions that go in the jar with the fish are almost as good.

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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #6 on: 11/17/17 18:58 UTC »
Spot on Mike. I love the onions too. I need to keep a northern or two to pickle up. Tis the season. I also want to try to pickle some garlic once I get laid off. I got a dozen or so left over bulbs that I grew this summer to work with.
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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #7 on: 11/17/17 19:10 UTC »
It’s funny you guys say that about the onions. When I make fajitas I marinade sliced bell pepper and onions with the meat and I absolutely love the onions that have been in with the meat sautéed after I spectate and put the meat over the fire. It’s just as good if not better than the beef or chicken it’s self. Good on hamburger too.
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Re: pickled crappies....
« Reply #8 on: 11/17/17 23:46 UTC »
Awesome eats Tom can’t wait to make some during ice time.