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Joanne

I have seen smelt but have never known what to do with it. Next time I see it I will try this!

ally

This brings back memories. My mom is Japanese and used to grill smelt for me when I was a kid. It stunk up the house but was oh-so-good!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


indie.tea - this was the first time Ive ever tried making them at home. It was fun! And tasty. Thanks for stopping by. I really like your blog - that orange cake from Ottolenghi looks wonderful. :)

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Thanks, Shriya! They were really tasty. :)

shriya

I love fried smelt, one of my fav. very detailed step by step pics. I am craving for it now.

indie.tea

I know people who loved fried smelt, but I've never tried it. Thank you for sharing a recipe :)

sippitysup

I love you attitude with your kids because I gotta tell you when I was little we loved ordering fried smelt at restaurants. It may have started as a bit of a challenge but it grew into a family favorite. So today I associate fried smelt with my dad acting silly and ordering us fried smelt and alligator tails (chicken breasts in reality). GREG

Dawn (Dawn's sister inlaw)

He's a fishie! Oh, I miss those Aunt Dawn and nephew dinners at a sushi place where others were shocked at how a 3 year old downed tobiko! Hey, I made Ratatouille last night! I wanted baked ratatouille with bread crumbs on it like I did in Brooklyn the other night...so I made it. I do like to cook...but you know Jim is the chef in this family, but so enjoyed how easy it was and how good it turned out!!!! And how healthy a meal it is! I just made myself a salad of chopped up slice turkey, orange and apply with low cal balsamic vinigarette and oddly enough it is really really good. I dreamed it up while starving and driving back home after a Target trip (for your weird and wonderful son's upcoming birthday ;o).

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