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Photo Uploaded: Sep 08 2010 17:29:26 GMT
Taken: 2010:08:28 18:40:38
Manufacturer: KONICA MINOLTA
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Focal Length: 105mm
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A dad and his son enjoy "surströmming"(sour Baltic herring) that is an Swedish delicacy. (And one of the world's strangest dishes!)
Surströmming may not be exported to the U.S. and elsewhere as it is classified as rotten food!!!
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Sep 08 2010 19:13 GMT
Sounds d e l i c i o u s! (must be an aquired taste, something you're brought up on)
Sep 08 2010 19:29 GMT
Haha, yes it is certainly something you get in the breast milk. Perhaps as the Greenlanders eat raw meat from seals.
Sep 09 2010 10:38 GMT
In the Netherlands we have our delicious so-called "rolmops" (my dictionary translates it as Bismarck herring or collared herring). These are rolled-up herrings marinated in spiced vinegar. I wonder whether it is similar to "Surströmming".
Sep 14 2010 10:55 GMT
poor swedish people :))
Sep 25 2010 07:59 GMT
Dad and son love it I see! Great capture!:)
Oct 02 2010 18:07 GMT
lovely to see father and son on such a glorious day
Jan 23 2011 21:57 GMT
When I was at secondary school (age about 14) we had cookery classes and Rollmop Herring was the first dish we had to prepare....put me off for life!!!!
Carring raw Herring in an old biscuit tin on the bus to school!
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