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Norwegian FISH

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    Yesterday's catch at Slinningsodden:

    Today's breakfast:

    The ruins after:


      Burp! Obviuosly you enjoyed it.
      Lofoten '07 ...... Nordnorge '11


        Why has this fish got greenish blue blood, gill plate and tongue?? :

        Anybody know???


        • Ralf__
          Ralf__ commented
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          There are two harmless possibilities:
          1. Some kind of fish look like this, do you know, which kind it was? Was it a horn-pike? There are also some eels looking blue-green.
          2. Fresh garlic is reacting with othe substances and turns out green-blue. Was this made with lots of garlic?

        I bet Sterkoder knows this dish and I also bet he loves it too.....

        2018_01_16 Sildball-IMG_6278 by Captain Jan-Olav Storli, on Flickr

        This is what is known to us as "sildball".... sild meaning herring, and ball meaning... yeah, you guessed it, balls. Herringballs with other words.

        Its a ball made up of herring, potato and flour.

        Would you like to try?

        It's a speciality dish of Nordmøre...
        With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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          Norwegian salmon recalled in Singapore because of Listeria contamination:
          The advice is to cook it thoroughly, but a lot of Norwegian salmon is consumed raw in Singapore.
          Most likely people will either bring it back to the shop for a refund, or simply discard it.