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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
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    Made it tonight using a four egg, bbcgoodfood.com recipe. Served with mashed potato, fried onions, baked broccoli (coated in harissa and olive oil) & gravy.

    Nom, nom, nom.

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    I tried salted cod once in some Portugese dish but it went horribly wrong. I think I didn't rehydrate it properly.
    looks like a bunch of people pooped in the casserole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuor View Post
    Salted cod



    we do all sort of things with it
    https://www.google.pt/search?q=bacal...w=1024&bih=646
    We sell a lot of salted cod to Portugal to be used in bacalao and stuff.
    If its from Northwest Norway that is ^_^

    As for here:

    Salmon:


    or potato dumplings:
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    Steak and ale pie with lots of gravy

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    I live in California so the obvious answer is Mexican food.

    As for my birthplace of Hong Kong, it would be HK tea cafes and dim sum places.

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    I live in New York so...



    Bagels too. (But I didn't find any good pics on google so take a Bialy pic instread.)



    I haven't been to the city since February so I haven't had a good bagel or a pizza in too fucking long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raspberry Lemon View Post
    I can do without the extra butter over it, but I'd totally eat that. Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarfhamster View Post
    I can do without the extra butter over it, but I'd totally eat that. Looks good!
    i can't eat it... the texture makes me gag... it's popular here though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raspberry Lemon View Post
    i can't eat it... the texture makes me gag... it's popular here though...
    Texture of food doesn't bother me too much. How doesn't it taste? I imagine a bit of sweetness and savoriness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarfhamster View Post
    Texture of food doesn't bother me too much. How doesn't it taste? I imagine a bit of sweetness and savoriness?
    the ones i had were salty... not very sweet unless you count the lingonberry jam... tasted a lot like egg too... i don't know why but any time there is egg in something cooked at home by others i almost always taste the eggs... maybe they use too much egg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurgjelme View Post
    We sell a lot of salted cod to Portugal to be used in bacalao and stuff.
    If its from Northwest Norway that is ^_^
    We don't have it in our waters, most of the cod we consume comes from Norway or Iceland. The best quality is the one from Norway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daedius View Post
    Lol, i had enought of that thing in my days, currently i can't even taste it.

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    We sure do produce, eat and export alot of it

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