In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Decent dietary sources of vitamin D to include in the diet include kippers, mackerel, sardines and salmon.
- The best kippers start with the best herring, freshly caught in the cold waters of the Atlantic or North Sea.
- Many a person has gone away smiling after eating one of Kipperman's red herring, bloaters or kippers.
- One morning, you wake up and you want kippers; the next, you want fish pie.
- Smoked fish is now eaten all year round - but juicy kippers, smoked Finnan haddock or delicious Arbroath smokies are still especially tempting round about now.
- The breakfasts are legendary, with proper pinhead-oatmeal porridge, home-baked croissants and main courses including black pudding, kippers and local smoked fish.
- Oily fish such as herring, kippers, mackerel, pilchards, salmon, sardines and trout, contain oils that can lessen the risk of thrombosis.
- Steamed fish or bony kippers don't feature much in today's childhood diets.
- Parsley sauce isn't right with the kippers so I make a dill mayonnaise instead, or sometimes serve them with just a squeeze of lemon and a generous helping of greens.
- ‘This smells worse than a pair of over ripe kippers,’ he said.
- For example, the Queen reportedly loved kippers, smoked haddock and Irish stew.
- Breakfast is positively Scottish - porridge (with a wee dram if you like), kippers and haddock are all available, and there's usually a chef's special surprise as well.
- The staff are as friendly as family, and if you're ever here for a hearty Sunday breakfast, the word is that the kippers rock.
- I ate kippers and scrambled eggs, and watched a blind man make jewellery boxes while the waitresses fussed over his dog.
- What began as a trestle table selling kippers became a smart, but never off-putting, restaurant offering the best seafood in the world, notably locally nurtured mussels and oysters.
- We have a fantastic tradition of smoking fish in this country, and kippers are arguably one of our finest creations.
- After surviving on a 1950s diet including kippers and Spam, the lads devoured the WI's homemade cakes, sandwiches, scones, sausage rolls and quiche.
- I actually think the offer of a kipper was just a bluff, and doubt that the ‘chef’ in those guest houses would've been able to scramble an egg.
- At Craster you can taste the famous oak-smoked kippers, and buy freshly caught fish.
- Here you can purchase a range of specially selected, finest quality seafood, and also find out why this unique family business has been producing some of the world's finest smoked salmon and kippers for almost 100 years.
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