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With Easter gone the, non restaurant, all you can eat fish fries are mostly gone,.
I had some incredibly good Cod this year.

With time on my hands and a spree of spending money foolishly, I ordered from Belgium, some Belgian Tartar sauce.
LA William -- beyond a sentence on the label that says "Belgian sauces since 1963" not word of English on the label.
I was going to put some in a small container and take it to fish fries, but they ended before I did.
It is supposed to be good stuff.

I also got a small jar of Belgian Mayonnaise, " Anno 1886 D&L " and am going to make some Tuna salad for sandwiches with it

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I tried making my own using Walmart fish fillets. Bob it was absolutely horrible. I'll never do that again.

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With Easter gone the, non restaurant, all you can eat fish fries are mostly gone,.
I had some incredibly good Cod this year.

With time on my hands and a spree of spending money foolishly, I ordered from Belgium, some Belgian Tartar sauce.
LA William -- beyond a sentence on the label that says "Belgian sauces since 1963" not word of English on the label.
I was going to put some in a small container and take it to fish fries, but they ended before I did.
It is supposed to be good stuff.

I also got a small jar of Belgian Mayonnaise, " Anno 1886 D&L " and am going to make some Tuna salad for sandwiches with it
I much prefer chili based seafood sauce. You should try some Bob. Actually I believe my favorite has horseradish in it to give some heat.

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Do yourselves a huge favor and mix cetchup and prepared jarred horseradish to your taste. You can add anchovies if so inclined. I use 1 part horseradish to three parts cetchup. Wonderful...
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Do yourselves a huge favor and mix cetchup and prepared jarred horseradish to your taste. You can add anchovies if so inclined. I use 1 part horseradish to three parts cetchup. Wonderful...

It's even better if you add a couple dashes of soy sauce...


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I find soy sauce on the menu at home all the time...
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I much prefer chili based seafood sauce. You should try some Bob. Actually I believe my favorite has horseradish in it to give some heat.
That actually sounds not bad as long as it is not sweet.
I have been eating chicken fried or baked with picante sauce.
That Sriracha stuff, I bough a bottle back in 1987, opened around 2007, put it back in the cupboard, looked at a last year, that stuff NEVER rots but I do not like it.

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