Friday, July 14, 2017

Seafood


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Early in our marriage my wife impressed me by pulling off these strange creatures from a rock along the coast of British Columbia. When raw they had a nutty flavor but look like something out of the first alien movie (the thing on John Hurt's face). These were cooked and weren't as tasty. I don't have the exact spelling of the name, but phonetically it sounds like Hy-ish-toop.

These side clings to the rock

Front and back 
Removing "bones" or what appears to be a backbone.



Inedible parts
There are two ways to eat herring roe. Either on hemlock branches or salted on a flat piece of seaweed

My favorite, smoked salmon with onions and potatoes

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