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    More: Spiffy, Bread, version of Skagenrra, Zest, sweet North Atlantic shrimp, Butter, small shrimp, World War II, slices of white bread  
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5 days ago  
That stuff really packs a wallop...
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5 days ago  

Pinche Mateo: That stuff really packs a wallop...
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That's probably because someone called her Swedish.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  

slobberbone: Pinche Mateo: That stuff really packs a wallop...
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That's probably because someone called her Swedish.


Subby!
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5 days ago  
"2 Tbsp. crème fraîche"

And who doesn't have that sitting around Fortunately, I have this arriving from Amazon today Sorry for the size
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5 days ago  

fasahd: crème fraîche


or, you know...use sour cream

from the googles.."What is the closest thing to creme fraiche?"

Sour cream
Sour cream is a very good substitute for creme fraiche as both are very similar. If using in a salad or as a topping, they're pretty much interchangeable. Sour cream is little more tangy and less fatty.
 
5 days ago  
The very bare skeleton of the recipe seems intriguing. But that looks bland as fark, as is.

I think I'd use the sour cream and mayo to make a spicy Cajun cream sauce to mix with the shrimp.
 
5 days ago  
I've never been disappointed by any version of seafood on toast and this looks like I'd like it too.
 
5 days ago  
want!

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one of my favorite sanguiches goes something like: Délice de Bourgogne, 明太子, seaweed, ciabatta. mentaiko is my usual go-to, but really any fish eggs will do!

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5 days ago  
and I do like the decadent concept of adding the richness of roe to the richness of other seafood... here's one time I absolutely spoilt myself:

- Lanzhou Nudeln, cold.
- tamari reduction, brown sugar and fish-sauce, chilled.
- prepared-wasabi. (you do have a 1kg bag of powdered wasabi lurking in your freezer, right? right! as one does.)
- charred onyon, ground 7-spice.
- seared ahi, rare. (I just leave it the hell alone en-frigo with olive oil and salt for hours/overnite. then 60s max per each 4 sides, with the grill-pan preheated to *STUPID*, and then rest under foil tent for a few.)
- mentaiko.
- seaweed flakes.
- toasted black sesame.

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/never once tried milt though, may have to... some day
 
5 days ago  
Sounds good, but if you're allergic to shrimp, could you sub in Swedish Fish for the Swedish Shrimp?
 
5 days ago  

Cyber Duck: Sounds good, but if you're allergic to shrimp, could you sub in Swedish Fish for the Swedish Shrimp?


see, now that is a foodtab incident-thread just waiting to happen! en-plaisir, continuez.

fasahd: "2 Tbsp. crème fraîche"

And who doesn't have that sitting around Fortunately, I have this arriving from Amazon today Sorry for the size
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also damson, I got to check that out! Hoosier Hill is one of my serious go-tos, at least 5 years now - for such as TVP and powdered buttermilk. did not know they also did/do heavy-cream!
 
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