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jmcquown
2021-12-30 00:51:37 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.

1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained

Saute in butter:
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic

Combine with the salmon:

1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise

Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.

Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.

*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.

Serves 6
Bruce
2021-12-30 01:38:32 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
What do you call housewives from circa 1970 who served crap
like that to their husbands?
Divorcees.
There's nothing wrong with it. I'd probably like it, unless I'm a
vegetarian.
Hank Rogers
2021-12-30 02:56:38 UTC
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On Wed, 29 Dec 2021 17:17:44 -0800 (PST), Bryan Simmons
Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
What do you call housewives from circa 1970 who served crap
like that to their husbands?
Divorcees.
There's nothing wrong with it. I'd probably like it, unless I'm a
vegetarian.
You don't eat dead salmon corpse master?
GM
2021-12-30 03:26:45 UTC
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Post by Bruce
On Wed, 29 Dec 2021 17:17:44 -0800 (PST), Bryan Simmons
Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
What do you call housewives from circa 1970 who served crap
like that to their husbands?
Divorcees.
There's nothing wrong with it. I'd probably like it, unless I'm a
vegetarian.
You don't eat dead salmon corpse master?
He's udderly reduced to pathetic "chum" sniffing and trolling, Hank...
--
GM
Bruce
2021-12-31 17:18:58 UTC
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Post by Bruce
On Wed, 29 Dec 2021 17:17:44 -0800 (PST), Bryan Simmons
Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
What do you call housewives from circa 1970 who served crap
like that to their husbands?
Divorcees.
There's nothing wrong with it. I'd probably like it, unless I'm a
vegetarian.
You don't eat dead salmon corpse master?
I don't think he's a troll. Hank Rogers, GM and the other froggers are
trolls. Nevertheless, people sometimes talk to them as if they're
normal, decent people. Why? Because they have an enemy in common.

RFC, for all your double standards
Michael Trew
2021-12-30 19:33:12 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.

I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
Sheldon Martin
2021-12-30 21:19:54 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
The red salmon does taste better (my taste) and is more neatly and
solidly packed into the can, there's less fatty skin and fewer bones.
Even the salmon stock tastes a lot better, don't drain it down the
sink, I drink it when no one is looking. It's well worth the price
difference... it's almost too good for patties... I like it cold from
the fridge with a squeeze of fresh lemon on a tossed salad. I
sometimes mix the stock with a bit of mayo and dillweed and use it to
dress the salad. I keep canned fish in the fridge so it's always
ready to dig in... they're small cans so don't take much space. One
of my favorites are those flat oval cans of sardines in tomato
sauce... used to be herring in tomato sauce, called tomato herring
... but these days herring is so scarce that they had to change the
name. My mother and father were very fond of all kinds of canned fish
so I got to eat it very often... kipper snacks was a favorite.
Naturally pickled fish was more popular in Brooklyn than hamburgers.
Matjes herring was my favorite. My father being Russian he was
addicted to pickled fish... went well with schnapps or vodka. My
mother liked pickled/smoked fish too but she was a tea drinker, even
had her special samovar.
https://www.thoughtco.com/russian-samovar-4771018
jmcquown
2021-12-30 22:20:57 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2021 14:33:12 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Michael Trew
Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
The red salmon does taste better (my taste) and is more neatly and
solidly packed into the can, there's less fatty skin and fewer bones.
Even the salmon stock tastes a lot better, don't drain it down the
sink, I drink it when no one is looking. It's well worth the price
difference... it's almost too good for patties...
I would not pay the higher price for canned red salmon if all I'm doing
with it is turning it into patties. By the time you add all the other
ingredients I'm hard pressed to taste any difference.

Jill


I like it cold from
Post by Sheldon Martin
the fridge with a squeeze of fresh lemon on a tossed salad. I
sometimes mix the stock with a bit of mayo and dillweed and use it to
dress the salad. I keep canned fish in the fridge so it's always
ready to dig in... they're small cans so don't take much space. One
of my favorites are those flat oval cans of sardines in tomato
sauce... used to be herring in tomato sauce, called tomato herring
... but these days herring is so scarce that they had to change the
name. My mother and father were very fond of all kinds of canned fish
so I got to eat it very often... kipper snacks was a favorite.
Naturally pickled fish was more popular in Brooklyn than hamburgers.
Matjes herring was my favorite. My father being Russian he was
addicted to pickled fish... went well with schnapps or vodka. My
mother liked pickled/smoked fish too but she was a tea drinker, even
had her special samovar.
https://www.thoughtco.com/russian-samovar-4771018
Michael Trew
2021-12-31 05:29:18 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2021 14:33:12 -0500, Michael Trew
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
The red salmon does taste better (my taste) and is more neatly and
solidly packed into the can, there's less fatty skin and fewer bones.
Even the salmon stock tastes a lot better, don't drain it down the
sink, I drink it when no one is looking. It's well worth the price
difference... it's almost too good for patties...
I would not pay the higher price for canned red salmon if all I'm doing
with it is turning it into patties. By the time you add all the other
ingredients I'm hard pressed to taste any difference.
Jill
Fair enough. I'll have to try the red salmon by it's self or in a salad
as Sheldon recommended some day.
Michael Trew
2021-12-31 05:28:24 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Dec 2021 14:33:12 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Michael Trew
Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt& pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
The red salmon does taste better (my taste) and is more neatly and
solidly packed into the can, there's less fatty skin and fewer bones.
Even the salmon stock tastes a lot better, don't drain it down the
sink, I drink it when no one is looking. It's well worth the price
difference... it's almost too good for patties... I like it cold from
the fridge with a squeeze of fresh lemon on a tossed salad. I
sometimes mix the stock with a bit of mayo and dillweed and use it to
dress the salad. I keep canned fish in the fridge so it's always
ready to dig in... they're small cans so don't take much space. One
of my favorites are those flat oval cans of sardines in tomato
sauce... used to be herring in tomato sauce, called tomato herring
.... but these days herring is so scarce that they had to change the
name. My mother and father were very fond of all kinds of canned fish
so I got to eat it very often... kipper snacks was a favorite.
Naturally pickled fish was more popular in Brooklyn than hamburgers.
Matjes herring was my favorite. My father being Russian he was
addicted to pickled fish... went well with schnapps or vodka. My
mother liked pickled/smoked fish too but she was a tea drinker, even
had her special samovar.
https://www.thoughtco.com/russian-samovar-4771018
Ah, I've seen those before! Someone brought one into the antique mall
to sell, and at first, a couple of us had no clue what it was. It was
far more primitive and not decorated nicely like that one. The store
owner figured out that it was a Russian Samovar, a very old one.
i***@webtv.net
2021-12-31 00:38:43 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
jmcquown
2021-12-31 01:13:07 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.

Jill
i***@webtv.net
2021-12-31 01:20:29 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon. I've made sure it has not
passed my lips since Woodrow Wilson was president.
Jeßus
2021-12-31 01:58:19 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
jmcquown
2021-12-31 02:11:57 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Canned mackerel? No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties. I cannot imagine canned mackerel has
improved much in the intervening years.

Jill
Bruce
2021-12-31 02:17:00 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Canned mackerel? No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties. I cannot imagine canned mackerel has
improved much in the intervening years.
Sometimes it's more about the cook than about the ingredients :)
Jeßus
2021-12-31 05:07:09 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Canned mackerel? No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties. I cannot imagine canned mackerel has
improved much in the intervening years.
I guess I'll just have to buy a can and find out for myself :)
Michael Trew
2021-12-31 06:04:10 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Canned mackerel? No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties. I cannot imagine canned mackerel has
improved much in the intervening years.
I guess I'll just have to buy a can and find out for myself :)
Let us know, I'm curious now.
Jeßus
2021-12-31 20:44:10 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Canned mackerel? No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties. I cannot imagine canned mackerel has
improved much in the intervening years.
I guess I'll just have to buy a can and find out for myself :)
Let us know, I'm curious now.
I'll probably forget all about it but OK :)
Gary
2022-01-01 10:41:19 UTC
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Canned mackerel?   No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties.
Canned mackerel must be especially bad if you rate them below canned salmon.
Dave Smith
2022-01-01 14:36:09 UTC
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Canned mackerel?   No, it was not good when I tried substituting it
for canned salmon to make patties.
Canned mackerel must be especially bad if you rate them below canned salmon.
I kinda like canned salmon. Living inland we rarely had access to salmon
when I was a kid so canned was the only salmon we knew. I still like
canned salmon salad sandwiches. I am not going to pretend that it is
anything like fresh salmon.
Bruce
2022-01-01 20:50:10 UTC
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Canned mackerel?   No, it was not good when I tried substituting it for
canned salmon to make patties.
Canned mackerel must be especially bad if you rate them below canned salmon.
Y'all are still not distinguishing between the big tall cans and the
flat small cans. They're both mackerel, but they're very different.
Bruce
2021-12-31 02:14:01 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
Who doesn't know what mackerel tastes like? How sheltered your life
must have been :)
i***@webtv.net
2021-12-31 04:47:38 UTC
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If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
Jeßus
2021-12-31 05:13:28 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
Well, that's two of you saying it's awful. Maybe I'll stick to canned
tuna (which I rarely eat).
Sheldon Martin
2021-12-31 21:49:45 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I've had canned - never again!
But freshly caught, yes that's very good.
Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore. Most people buy fish at a
super market and think it's freshly caught but rarely is it out of the
water less than 24 hours, more like 3 days... and if purchased a few
hundred miles from the sea add another day. Most people living inland
have never eaten fresh seafood. For those people canned is as fresh
as they'll ever eat... canned seafood is fully processed on factory
ships while at sea, prepared and canned mere hours after caught.
Canned salmon is better than most people will ever eat, not unless
they caught it themselves.

I used go out after the midnight shift with a few guy to fish off the
rock jettys in Santa Monica and we'd catch mackeral on treble hooks,
wonderful eating grilled or smoked. We'd give our catch to a fellow
who smaked fish and the next day he'd give us by weight half our
catch, smoked and scrumptious. Mackeral is a fatty fish, perfect for
smoking. Fifty pounds of smoked fish was still too much, I'd feed my
neighbors. One hefty gal with monster bosoms loved smoked mackeral,
she thought it tasted almost better than young penis.
S Viemeister
2021-12-31 23:40:28 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I've had canned - never again!
But freshly caught, yes that's very good.
Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore.
The fresh mackerel I've had was caught by either my grandfather, or a
cousin whose house overlooked a bay. He could see by the disturbance in
the water, when a school of mackerel had swum in from the north
Atlantic. He always shared his catch.
Michael Trew
2022-01-01 01:39:06 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 12:56:32 +0000, S Viemeister
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Post by i***@webtv.net
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I've had canned - never again!
But freshly caught, yes that's very good.
Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore. Most people buy fish at a
super market and think it's freshly caught but rarely is it out of the
water less than 24 hours, more like 3 days... and if purchased a few
hundred miles from the sea add another day. Most people living inland
have never eaten fresh seafood. For those people canned is as fresh
as they'll ever eat... canned seafood is fully processed on factory
ships while at sea, prepared and canned mere hours after caught.
Canned salmon is better than most people will ever eat, not unless
they caught it themselves.
Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
jmcquown
2022-01-01 02:26:58 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
No. Canned fish is steam cooked. Flash frozen is not cooked. It's raw
fish. Totally different processes and tastes.

Jill
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:24:30 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
No. Canned fish is steam cooked. Flash frozen is not cooked. It's raw
fish. Totally different processes and tastes.
Do they have schools in fly-over states?
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:30:15 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
No. Canned fish is steam cooked. Flash frozen is not cooked. It's raw
fish. Totally different processes and tastes.
Do they have schools in fly-over states?
This is not my frogger
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:23:44 UTC
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Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore. Most people buy fish at a
super market and think it's freshly caught but rarely is it out of the
water less than 24 hours, more like 3 days... and if purchased a few
hundred miles from the sea add another day. Most people living inland
have never eaten fresh seafood. For those people canned is as fresh
as they'll ever eat... canned seafood is fully processed on factory
ships while at sea, prepared and canned mere hours after caught.
Canned salmon is better than most people will ever eat, not unless
they caught it themselves.
Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
Canned is cooked. Frozen is not cooked. Do we have to explain
everything to this guy?
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:31:24 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore. Most people buy fish at a
super market and think it's freshly caught but rarely is it out of the
water less than 24 hours, more like 3 days... and if purchased a few
hundred miles from the sea add another day. Most people living inland
have never eaten fresh seafood. For those people canned is as fresh
as they'll ever eat... canned seafood is fully processed on factory
ships while at sea, prepared and canned mere hours after caught.
Canned salmon is better than most people will ever eat, not unless
they caught it themselves.
Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
Canned is cooked. Frozen is not cooked. Do we have to explain
everything to this guy?
This is not my frogger
Gary
2022-01-01 12:49:00 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
Flash frozen fresh salmon is way superior to canned.
Don't waste your money on canned.

I could call it dog food but even your dog wouldn't eat it.
Sheldon Martin
2022-01-01 18:58:31 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
Flash frozen fresh salmon is way superior to canned.
Don't waste your money on canned.
I could call it dog food but even your dog wouldn't eat it.
Quality canned salmon is far superior to frozen... defrosting frozen
fish makes it taste like old fish, freezing destroys the texture.
If you can get fresh caught that day is the only way to beat
canned/frozen. I'd rather buy canned than frozen.
Jeßus
2022-01-01 19:52:20 UTC
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Wouldn't flash-frozen salmon be just as "fresh" as canned?
Flash frozen fresh salmon is way superior to canned.
Don't waste your money on canned.
I could call it dog food but even your dog wouldn't eat it.
Quality canned salmon is far superior to frozen... defrosting frozen
fish makes it taste like old fish, freezing destroys the texture.
If you can get fresh caught that day is the only way to beat
canned/frozen. I'd rather buy canned than frozen.
We freeze our salmon, out of necessity. No fish shops within an hour's
driving from here. Yes, the texture isn't as good as fresh of course,
but it isn't *that* bad. I'm actually having salmon for breakfast
today.
Sheldon Martin
2022-01-01 19:06:02 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 12:56:32 +0000, S Viemeister
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If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon.
LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I've had canned - never again!
But freshly caught, yes that's very good.
Any seafood is excellent when eaten freshly caught out of the sea,
even 12 hours it's not so good anymore. Most people buy fish at a
super market and think it's freshly caught but rarely is it out of the
water less than 24 hours, more like 3 days... and if purchased a few
hundred miles from the sea add another day. Most people living inland
have never eaten fresh seafood. For those people canned is as fresh
as they'll ever eat... canned seafood is fully processed on factory
ships while at sea, prepared and canned mere hours after caught.
Canned salmon is better than most people will ever eat, not unless
they caught it themselves.
Welcome to the 20th Century. Fish is frozen on factory ships at sea.
It's far superior to canned fish.
Cindy Hamilton
Fish is canned on those same factory ships... canned is ALWAYS better
than frozen. Freezing destroys texture, so does thawing.
US Janet
2021-12-31 21:49:46 UTC
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LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I had fresh halibut steaks once. My wife had bought them and I was not
keen on trying it because I had cut up tons of the stuff to feed the
marine mammals I was training and Marineland. I used to start the day
cutting up more than 600 lbs of the stuff. It never occurred to me that
it would be fit for humans. We found a recipe that involved a sauce with
lemon juice and capers and it was actually pretty good.
Fresh halibut is really expensive now, over $20/pound. And not
large like when I was a kid and mom bought it all the time because it
was so inexpensive. I love it but don't buy it because the cuts
don't compare to what I was used to as a kid and also because of the
expense. The cuts when I was a kid were simillar in shape and size to
a nice pork rib steak. Something else that has been overfished.
Janete US
Dave Smith
2021-12-31 21:57:25 UTC
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LOL, damn. I know I've had mackerel but can't recall what it was like.
is it really that bad?
That was the real me that said I'd never eat it again and I think it's awful.
Maybe if I had it prepared fresh and not canned it might be better but the
canned stuff is terrible.
I had fresh halibut steaks once. My wife had bought them and I was not
keen on trying it because I had cut up tons of the stuff to feed the
marine mammals I was training and Marineland. I used to start the day
cutting up more than 600 lbs of the stuff. It never occurred to me that
it would be fit for humans. We found a recipe that involved a sauce with
lemon juice and capers and it was actually pretty good.
Fresh halibut is really expensive now, over $20/pound. And not
large like when I was a kid and mom bought it all the time because it
was so inexpensive. I love it but don't buy it because the cuts
don't compare to what I was used to as a kid and also because of the
expense. The cuts when I was a kid were simillar in shape and size to
a nice pork rib steak. Something else that has been overfished.
Janete US
Forget that I wrote that. I realize that I wrote halibut. My mind was
talking about makerel.
We had halibut twice in the last few weeks. It was delicious, but it was
very expensive.
Hank Rogers
2021-12-31 02:00:28 UTC
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I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon. I've made sure it has not
passed my lips since Woodrow Wilson was president.
It's the healthiest fish to eat. Smoked mackerel is a Dutch classic
that even Dutch obligatory meat eaters are familiar with. Indonesians
make great dishes with mackerel too. The canned version isn't the
nicest, but good enough for patties.
Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Master, that dutch mackerel is the finest shit in the universe.
Michael Trew
2021-12-31 05:32:14 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon. I've made sure it has not
passed my lips since Woodrow Wilson was president.
I saw that last picture you posted... you look great for being over 100
years old ;)
i***@webtv.net
2021-12-31 05:45:36 UTC
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If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon. I've made sure it has not
passed my lips since Woodrow Wilson was president.
I saw that last picture you posted... you look great for being over 100
years old ;)
It's all that formaldehyde I drink every day that keeps me so young.

;o)
dsi1
2021-12-31 08:05:59 UTC
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I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
Jill
If I never eat mackerel again it will be too soon. I've made sure it has not
passed my lips since Woodrow Wilson was president.
It's the healthiest fish to eat. Smoked mackerel is a Dutch classic
that even Dutch obligatory meat eaters are familiar with. Indonesians
make great dishes with mackerel too. The canned version isn't the
nicest, but good enough for patties.
Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Mackerel cooked Japanese style i.e., salt broiled, is my favorite way to eat fish. It's dead simple to make. When we lived on the mainland I'd always order saba shiroyaki when going to our favorite Japanese restaurant. I can understand people not liking saba because it's got a strong smell. I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig. That is capable of high temperature broiling. That's great, now I can prepare saba properly - with a scorched skin. Of course, it's gonna make that shiny new Ninja smell fishy. That's the breaks.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mJPPxsoZQLRTDi6
Bruce
2021-12-31 09:49:06 UTC
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It's the healthiest fish to eat. Smoked mackerel is a Dutch classic
that even Dutch obligatory meat eaters are familiar with. Indonesians
make great dishes with mackerel too. The canned version isn't the
nicest, but good enough for patties.
Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Mackerel cooked Japanese style i.e., salt broiled, is my favorite way to eat fish. It's dead simple to make. When we lived on the mainland I'd always order saba shiroyaki when going to our favorite Japanese restaurant. I can understand people not liking saba because it's got a strong smell. I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig. That is capable of high temperature broiling. That's great, now I can prepare saba properly - with a scorched skin. Of course, it's gonna make that shiny new Ninja smell fishy. That's the breaks.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mJPPxsoZQLRTDi6
Just talking about canned mackerel, these 2 are very different
products:

1)
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2)
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I think that most people who hate canned mackerel base their opinion
on 1).

(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
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2022-01-01 01:35:20 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
jmcquown
2022-01-01 02:24:39 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
Oddly enough, Bruce is the one who first brought up using canned
mackerel for making fish patties. That was a few years ago. (Canned
mackerel has not improved.) No way can a grain or a legume taste like
fish patties. Can't taste like beef or chicken, either.

Jill
Jeßus
2022-01-01 02:48:09 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
Oddly enough, Bruce is the one who first brought up using canned
mackerel for making fish patties. That was a few years ago. (Canned
mackerel has not improved.) No way can a grain or a legume taste like
fish patties. Can't taste like beef or chicken, either.
I remember way back, asking him why he was fine eating fish but not
birds or mammals. Never got a logical explanation.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:21:44 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
Oddly enough, Bruce is the one who first brought up using canned
mackerel for making fish patties. That was a few years ago. (Canned
mackerel has not improved.) No way can a grain or a legume taste like
fish patties. Can't taste like beef or chicken, either.
I remember way back, asking him why he was fine eating fish but not
birds or mammals. Never got a logical explanation.
Corpse eaters shouldn't preach.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:30:51 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
Oddly enough, Bruce is the one who first brought up using canned
mackerel for making fish patties. That was a few years ago. (Canned
mackerel has not improved.) No way can a grain or a legume taste like
fish patties. Can't taste like beef or chicken, either.
I remember way back, asking him why he was fine eating fish but not
birds or mammals. Never got a logical explanation.
Corpse eaters shouldn't preach.
This is my frogger
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:20:24 UTC
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(Of course, ideally one would leave those fish alone and eat a
vegetable, a grain or a legume, but I don't want to raise the bar too
high.)
You've mixed up "raise" with "lower", but you're getting there!
Oddly enough, Bruce is the one who first brought up using canned
mackerel for making fish patties. That was a few years ago. (Canned
mackerel has not improved.) No way can a grain or a legume taste like
fish patties. Can't taste like beef or chicken, either.
Duh.
Dave Smith
2021-12-31 16:57:59 UTC
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I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig.
Santa brought me a 'T-Fal'. I had always thought the disadvantage of less
counter space & extra cleaning would preclude any advantages, but I must
admit that for one serving of anything, it's much quicker than the forced-
air oven.
French fries are easier & quicker. My only advice so far is not to use
the juliennes (<5 mm) because they slip down the drain slots into the
excess oil pan.
We bought the Phillips XXL. It takes up counter space but it gets used a
lot. My wife has mastered fries in it. I have used it to roast potatoes
and for squashed potatoes. It is great for grilled cheese sandwiches. I
have used it to heat up frozen samosas. I was disappointed when I used
it for Buffalo wings. It would could only handle on decent serving of
wings at a time and the cooking time was way too long to do a serving at
a time.
dsi1
2021-12-31 19:51:14 UTC
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I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig.
Santa brought me a 'T-Fal'. I had always thought the disadvantage of less
counter space & extra cleaning would preclude any advantages, but I must
admit that for one serving of anything, it's much quicker than the forced-
air oven.
French fries are easier & quicker. My only advice so far is not to use
the juliennes (<5 mm) because they slip down the drain slots into the
excess oil pan.
I have a toaster oven and an air fryer. I don't much care for either of them. The toaster oven lacks some serious horsepower and the air fryer has a tiny cooking area. The Ninja has a wider, flatter, cooking surface. I won't be able to cook a whole chicken but having the heating elements closer allows more efficient transfer of heat. The heating elements are some kind of halogen bulbs instead of resistive elements which work great in these things. They are fast and powerful.
Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
i***@webtv.net
2021-12-31 23:42:22 UTC
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The Ninja has a wider, flatter, cooking surface. I won't be able to
cook a whole chicken but having the heating elements closer
allows more efficient transfer of heat. The heating elements are
some kind of halogen bulbs instead of resistive elements which
work great in these things. They are fast and powerful.
Post what model of Ninja appliance you've got.
Hank Rogers
2021-12-31 23:53:40 UTC
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The Ninja has a wider, flatter, cooking surface. I won't be able to
cook a whole chicken but having the heating elements closer
allows more efficient transfer of heat. The heating elements are
some kind of halogen bulbs instead of resistive elements which
work great in these things. They are fast and powerful.
Post what model of Ninja appliance you've got.
It's probably a special model only sold on the rock, so not
available on the mainland.
Bruce
2022-01-01 00:40:13 UTC
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The Ninja has a wider, flatter, cooking surface. I won't be able to
cook a whole chicken but having the heating elements closer
allows more efficient transfer of heat. The heating elements are
some kind of halogen bulbs instead of resistive elements which
work great in these things. They are fast and powerful.
Post what model of Ninja appliance you've got.
Beats me. It's the flat one that folds up to save space. I dig that curved display. It's a smart design move because it's so low you're going to be looking down at it.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/3MukoNcgYRHDywHLA
1940’s Hollywood actress Lupe Vélez died by drowning in a toilet bowl.

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film series was inspired by Lupe’s fiery personality and ‘The Mexican Spitfire’ became her nickname. But while
her career was doing well, her personal life was a bit squalid and in 1944 she found herself knocked up and
unwed! The relationship with the stud father of her child was rocky and she was so upset that she decided
to snuff her life.

Her suicide note read: ‘To Harald, May God forgive you and forgive me too, but I prefer to take my life away and
our baby’s before I bring him with shame or killing him’.

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beautiful Chanel nightgown, arranged fresh flowers, and lit scented candles in her bedroom. She took an overdose – 75 tabs! - of
Seconal, but it did not mix so well with the spicy Mexican "last meal" feast she had just gobbled down. She started to throw up
the undigested Mexican mess and stumbled to the loo. There, she tripped and dove headfirst into the toilet bowl,
vomited, and subsequently drowned.

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What had been planned as a “beautiful exit” was a ghastly vomitous scene! Her autopsy report listed “suffocation/drowning
by Mexican food” as cause of death :-(
Mike Duffy
2022-01-01 03:03:55 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
dsi1
2022-01-01 19:34:56 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
I heated up some frozen McDonald's fries in the Ninja. It takes only 3 minutes. I also heated up some tempura at the same setting. That gizmo is fast and it actually works. It's like a new way of cooking. Now If I could only do it in 20 seconds - that would be great.
That's what the rubberized food button on the microwave oven is for.
Small plate of fries in 20-30 seconds... hot and awful ;)
In the future, time travel will be possible but it'll only be useful for cooking foods really fast.
Jeßus
2022-01-01 19:56:51 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
I heated up some frozen McDonald's fries
You do WHAT? You keep and freeze McDonald's fries?
GM
2022-01-01 19:59:51 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
I heated up some frozen McDonald's fries
You do WHAT? You keep and freeze McDonald's fries?
They come out very flaccid, matches his "manhood", lol...
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dsi1
2022-01-01 20:26:44 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
I heated up some frozen McDonald's fries
You do WHAT? You keep and freeze McDonald's fries?
Indeed I do. That's my latest great idea. Rather than dump leftover fries, I freeze them. I'm a very optimistic guy. I've been keeping them in the hope that sometime in the future, I'll be able to revive them back to life.
Jeßus
2022-01-01 20:43:49 UTC
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Do you make fries with raw potatoes or do you reheat frozen fries?
So far, only frozen juliennes from Costco. I do intend fresh. They say
they can do potato chips (UK crisps) as well.
I heated up some frozen McDonald's fries
You do WHAT? You keep and freeze McDonald's fries?
Indeed I do. That's my latest great idea. Rather than dump leftover fries, I freeze them. I'm a very optimistic guy. I've been keeping them in the hope that sometime in the future, I'll be able to revive them back to life.
OK. Not sure what else to say.
Bruce
2021-12-31 21:44:25 UTC
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I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig.
Santa brought me a 'T-Fal'. I had always thought the disadvantage of less
counter space & extra cleaning would preclude any advantages, but I must
admit that for one serving of anything, it's much quicker than the forced-
air oven.
French fries are easier & quicker. My only advice so far is not to use
the juliennes (<5 mm) because they slip down the drain slots into the
excess oil pan.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Michael Trew
2022-01-01 01:35:22 UTC
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Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Mackerel cooked Japanese style i.e., salt broiled, is my favorite way to eat fish. It's dead simple to make. When we lived on the mainland I'd always order saba shiroyaki when going to our favorite Japanese restaurant. I can understand people not liking saba because it's got a strong smell. I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig. That is capable of high temperature broiling. That's great, now I can prepare saba properly - with a scorched skin. Of course, it's gonna make that shiny new Ninja smell fishy. That's the breaks.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mJPPxsoZQLRTDi6
Perhaps you and Joan can share recipes. It looks like a nifty thing,
but I don't want to risk buying an air fryer thing and wasting counter
space. Anything that I desire to cook can be made on my stove or in the
oven.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:22:30 UTC
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Post by dsi1
Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Mackerel cooked Japanese style i.e., salt broiled, is my favorite way to eat fish. It's dead simple to make. When we lived on the mainland I'd always order saba shiroyaki when going to our favorite Japanese restaurant. I can understand people not liking saba because it's got a strong smell. I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig. That is capable of high temperature broiling. That's great, now I can prepare saba properly - with a scorched skin. Of course, it's gonna make that shiny new Ninja smell fishy. That's the breaks.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mJPPxsoZQLRTDi6
Perhaps you and Joan can share recipes. It looks like a nifty thing,
but I don't want to risk buying an air fryer thing
Of course not. They cost money! Can you believe it?
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:31:03 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
Post by dsi1
Australian mackerels are much bigger and seem less oily than what I
was used to in the Netherlands.
Mackerel cooked Japanese style i.e., salt broiled, is my favorite way to eat fish. It's dead simple to make. When we lived on the mainland I'd always order saba shiroyaki when going to our favorite Japanese restaurant. I can understand people not liking saba because it's got a strong smell. I got a new Ninja air-fryer thingamajig. That is capable of high temperature broiling. That's great, now I can prepare saba properly - with a scorched skin. Of course, it's gonna make that shiny new Ninja smell fishy. That's the breaks.
https://photos.app.goo.gl/43mJPPxsoZQLRTDi6
Perhaps you and Joan can share recipes. It looks like a nifty thing,
but I don't want to risk buying an air fryer thing
Of course not. They cost money! Can you believe it?
This is my frogger
Bruce
2021-12-31 01:39:02 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
It's fishier than salmon.
Hank Rogers
2021-12-31 02:02:18 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I tried using canned Mackerel once for making fish patties when I was a
young woman newly on her own living on a very tight budget. I thought
saving 20 cents per can over buying canned pink salmon was a good idea.
Nope! I'll never do that again. Canned mackerel does not compare [in
any way] with the taste of even lowly pink canned salmon when it comes
to making patties.
It's fishier than salmon.
You're pretty keen on odors master. I'll take your word for it.
Bruce
2021-12-31 01:31:15 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I like them. They have a stronger fish flavour than salmon, which I
also like.
Hank Rogers
2021-12-31 01:58:59 UTC
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Mackerel patties are nice too. And cheap.
I'm definitely not a fan of mackerel patties. That's what we ate as
kids and I didn't like them then and I still don't like them.
I like them. They have a stronger fish flavour than salmon, which I
also like.
I'll bet.

Does the scent hold up better after digestion Master?
bruce bowser
2021-12-31 17:21:12 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
Bruce
2021-12-31 17:27:33 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
Ik denk niet dat hij een trol is. Hank Rogers, GM en de andere Froggers zijn
trollen. Toch praten mensen soms met ze alsof ze...
normale, fatsoenlijke mensen. Waarom? Omdat ze een gemeenschappelijke vijand hebben.

RFC, voor al je dubbele standaarden
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:35:28 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
Ik denk niet dat hij een trol is. Hank Rogers, GM en de andere Froggers zijn
trollen. Toch praten mensen soms met ze alsof ze...
normale, fatsoenlijke mensen. Waarom? Omdat ze een gemeenschappelijke vijand hebben.
RFC, voor al je dubbele standaarden
This is my frogger
jmcquown
2021-12-31 19:51:54 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
Cindy Hamilton
I'm wringing my hands and gnashing my teeth! ;)

Jill
Bruce
2022-01-01 10:27:16 UTC
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I'm wringing my hands and gnashing my teeth! ;)
Jill
You always do that when you post, Jill.
Ghe.
GM
2021-12-31 19:58:22 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
Lol... *perfect* retort...
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Jeßus
2021-12-31 20:13:29 UTC
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IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Michael Trew
2022-01-01 01:43:02 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Jeßus
2022-01-01 01:53:25 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life <shrug>.

Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:36:45 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life <shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
Hey, I'm not dead yet.
Michael Trew
2022-01-01 06:45:30 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life<shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
True, and I was also purposely overreacting. Either way, it's still
quite unfortunate. When someone is as popular as Betty White, and lives
as long as her, they kind of become a legend in their own right. I
loved to watch her on 1950's game shows.
Jeßus
2022-01-01 07:01:05 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 20:43:02 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life<shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
True, and I was also purposely overreacting. Either way, it's still
quite unfortunate. When someone is as popular as Betty White, and lives
as long as her, they kind of become a legend in their own right. I
loved to watch her on 1950's game shows.
She was certainly not controversial or anything, and seemed to be
universally loved. Well, maybe solar system loved.

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Michael Trew
2022-01-01 06:52:40 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life<shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
True, and I was also purposely overreacting a bit. Write it off as a
crappy ending to two crappy years in a row, and let's all hope for a
better 2022. Either way, her passing is still quite unfortunate.

When someone is as popular as Betty White, and lives as long as she did,
they kind of become a legend in their own right. I loved to watch her
on 1950's game shows. It's not every day that you hear about an 80+
year acting career... heck, an 80 year career in any regard is extremely
rare. She started on television back in the 30's. She basically
founded TV acting from its beginning.
Bruce
2022-01-01 06:59:32 UTC
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True, and I was also purposely overreacting a bit. Write it off as a
crappy ending to two crappy years in a row, and let's all hope for a
better 2022. Either way, her passing is still quite unfortunate.
When someone is as popular as Betty White, and lives as long as she did,
they kind of become a legend in their own right. I loved to watch her
on 1950's game shows. It's not every day that you hear about an 80+
year acting career... heck, an 80 year career in any regard is extremely
rare. She started on television back in the 30's. She basically
founded TV acting from its beginning.
Well, if it wasn't for that laughing tape show with the 3 women, I'm
afraid I'd never have heard of her.
Cindy Hamilton
2022-01-01 13:03:11 UTC
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On Sat, 01 Jan 2022 01:52:40 -0500, Michael Trew
True, and I was also purposely overreacting a bit. Write it off as a
crappy ending to two crappy years in a row, and let's all hope for a
better 2022. Either way, her passing is still quite unfortunate.
When someone is as popular as Betty White, and lives as long as she did,
they kind of become a legend in their own right. I loved to watch her
on 1950's game shows. It's not every day that you hear about an 80+
year acting career... heck, an 80 year career in any regard is extremely
rare. She started on television back in the 30's. She basically
founded TV acting from its beginning.
Well, if it wasn't for that laughing tape show with the 3 women, I'm
afraid I'd never have heard of her.
Not your sort of movie at all, but I loved her in Lake Placid:


Sorry if this is geoblocked.

Cindy Hamilton
Cindy Hamilton
2022-01-01 12:55:07 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 20:43:02 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life <shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
Betty White did a lot of work for animal welfare. She had the means and
the visibility to do a lot of good.

Cindy Hamilton
Jeßus
2022-01-01 20:08:57 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 20:43:02 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
I see a lot of people upset about it. I'm indifferent, she was only a
TV actor, so. Just me. TV was never a big part of my life <shrug>.
Many people lead selfless lives and dedicate themselves to helping
others, only to die with little to no publicity.
Betty White did a lot of work for animal welfare. She had the means and
the visibility to do a lot of good.
That's good. Many celebs do token charitable stuff to earn points, but
not all of them of course. Some do make a difference.
GM
2022-01-01 01:56:13 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Yes, I was shocked, and shed a few tears. But she's left us a wonderful legacy, and that brings us great joy...

I was not so much shedding a few tears at her passing as such, but for the fact that now that she is gone, the
world is now a less pleasant and a bit meaner place...

I was talking with a friend of mine today about it, we both said it's a little like JFK's 11/22/63 death, but this was
not a bloody unexpected assassination, and she *was* "up there in years"...

Betty was in TV ___82___ years, she was in experimental TV broadcasts in 1939 that IIRC were done at a
Los Angeles Packard automobile dealer as a publicity event. 1939...!!!

The next death that will register "big time" will be when Queen Elizabeth II passes, at the age of 96 she is a
"titanic" figure of world history, and is very greatly admired...

"Time passes... it waits for no one..."
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GM
jmcquown
2022-01-01 02:18:11 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined.  Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday.  Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Yes, sad. I just found out and posted separately about it. I always
liked Betty White and the characters she portrayed. Sometimes in her
television roles she even wore red lipstick. ;)

Jill
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:38:02 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined.  Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday.  Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Yes, sad. I just found out and posted separately about it. I always
liked Betty White and the characters she portrayed. Sometimes in her
television roles she even wore red lipstick. ;)
It must be sad to hear about someone from your generation dying.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:40:23 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Yes, sad. I just found out and posted separately about it. I always
liked Betty White and the characters she portrayed. Sometimes in her
television roles she even wore red lipstick. ;)
It must be sad to hear about someone from your generation dying.
Canned is cooked. Frozen is not cooked. Do we have to explain
everything to this guy?
Gary
2022-01-01 13:01:42 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined.  Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday.  Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
Yes, sad.  I just found out and posted separately about it.  I always
liked Betty White and the characters she portrayed.  Sometimes in her
television roles she even wore red lipstick. ;)
Don't fault her for that. She was a woman. Most women don't know any
better. :)
GM
2022-01-01 02:22:48 UTC
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
On the WML? FB group someone posted a list of the Mystery Celebrity Guests born in 1922. Some of these
names are *very* long gone. IIRC Doris Day might be the most recently deceased, at the age of 97 in
2019:


Betty White 1/18/22
Guy Madison 1/19/22
Audrey Meadows 2/8/22
Kathryn Grayson 2/9/22
Cyd Charisse 3/8/22
Marty Allen 3/23/22
Doris Day 4/3/22
Gale Storm 4/5/1922
Darren McGavin 5/7/1922
Nancy Walker 5/10/22
George Axelrod 6/9/22
Judy Garland 6/10/22
Jack Carter 6/24/22
Jason Robards 7/26/22
Sid Caesar 9/8/22
Jackie Cooper 9/15/22
Veronica Lake 11/14/22
Eamonn Andrews 12/19/22
Paul Winchell 12/21/22
Ava Gardner 12/24/22

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Michael Trew
2022-01-01 06:47:55 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
On the WML? FB group someone posted a list of the Mystery Celebrity Guests born in 1922. Some of these
names are *very* long gone. IIRC Doris Day might be the most recently deceased, at the age of 97 in
Betty White 1/18/22
Guy Madison 1/19/22
Audrey Meadows 2/8/22
Kathryn Grayson 2/9/22
Cyd Charisse 3/8/22
Marty Allen 3/23/22
Doris Day 4/3/22
Gale Storm 4/5/1922
Darren McGavin 5/7/1922
Nancy Walker 5/10/22
George Axelrod 6/9/22
Judy Garland 6/10/22
Jack Carter 6/24/22
Jason Robards 7/26/22
Sid Caesar 9/8/22
Jackie Cooper 9/15/22
Veronica Lake 11/14/22
Eamonn Andrews 12/19/22
Paul Winchell 12/21/22
Ava Gardner 12/24/22
</>
I haven't hopped on that page in a while. I do recall reading about
Doris Day not long ago. She wanted to go out quietly, and requested no
funeral/viewing, IIRC.
GM
2022-01-01 17:07:37 UTC
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Post by Michael Trew
Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
On the WML? FB group someone posted a list of the Mystery Celebrity Guests born in 1922. Some of these
names are *very* long gone. IIRC Doris Day might be the most recently deceased, at the age of 97 in
Betty White 1/18/22
Guy Madison 1/19/22
Audrey Meadows 2/8/22
Kathryn Grayson 2/9/22
Cyd Charisse 3/8/22
Marty Allen 3/23/22
Doris Day 4/3/22
Gale Storm 4/5/1922
Darren McGavin 5/7/1922
Nancy Walker 5/10/22
George Axelrod 6/9/22
Judy Garland 6/10/22
Jack Carter 6/24/22
Jason Robards 7/26/22
Sid Caesar 9/8/22
Jackie Cooper 9/15/22
Veronica Lake 11/14/22
Eamonn Andrews 12/19/22
Paul Winchell 12/21/22
Ava Gardner 12/24/22
</>
I haven't hopped on that page in a while. I do recall reading about
Doris Day not long ago. She wanted to go out quietly, and requested no
funeral/viewing, IIRC.
I hadn't realized that Guy Madison had died in 2021. Was the ad with
his show "Kelloggs Sugar Corn Pops"??
Janet US
Handsome Guy Madison passed in 1996...and yes, Kellogg's was the sponsor of his show, from
Wiki:

"The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok is an American Western television series that ran for eight
seasons from April 15, 1951, through September 24, 1958. The Screen Gems series began in
syndication, but ran on CBS from 1955 through 1958, and, at the same time, on ABC from
1957 through 1958. The Kellogg's cereal company was the show's national sponsor..."

This is a list of 'What's My Line?' Mystery Celebrity guests who were born in 1922, same year as
Betty White. The compiler of this list should have listed the death dates, too, to avoid confusion...

;-)
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GM
GM
2022-01-01 17:30:26 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/betty-white-beloved-and-trailblazing-actress-dies-at-99/ar-AASjLFL
On the WML? FB group someone posted a list of the Mystery Celebrity Guests born in 1922. Some of these
names are *very* long gone. IIRC Doris Day might be the most recently deceased, at the age of 97 in
Betty White 1/18/22
Guy Madison 1/19/22
Audrey Meadows 2/8/22
Kathryn Grayson 2/9/22
Cyd Charisse 3/8/22
Marty Allen 3/23/22
Doris Day 4/3/22
Gale Storm 4/5/1922
Darren McGavin 5/7/1922
Nancy Walker 5/10/22
George Axelrod 6/9/22
Judy Garland 6/10/22
Jack Carter 6/24/22
Jason Robards 7/26/22
Sid Caesar 9/8/22
Jackie Cooper 9/15/22
Veronica Lake 11/14/22
Eamonn Andrews 12/19/22
Paul Winchell 12/21/22
Ava Gardner 12/24/22
</>
I haven't hopped on that page in a while. I do recall reading about
Doris Day not long ago. She wanted to go out quietly, and requested no
funeral/viewing, IIRC.
I hadn't realized that Guy Madison had died in 2021. Was the ad with
his show "Kelloggs Sugar Corn Pops"??
Janet US
FYI for you extreme game show trivia buffs here is a list of still - living "What's My Line?" Celebrity
Mystery guests!

Name - Age - First 'WML?' appearance:

[ One asterisk = only appeared as a panellist, two asterisks = notable regular contestant ]
Toshiko Akiyoshi ** 92 Mar. 18, 1956
Anna Maria Alberghetti 85 Nov. 23, 1958
Woody Allen 86 July 7, 1963
Herb Alpert 86 Jan. 22, 1967
Greta Andersen ** 94 Aug. 31, 1958
Ursula Andress 85 Mar. 19, 1967
Julie Andrews 86 Feb. 7, 1960
Paul Anka 80 July 15, 1962
Alan Arkin 87 Mar. 14, 1965
Elizabeth Ashley 82 Nov. 22, 1964
Carroll Baker 90 June 28, 1964
Joanna Barnes * 87 Nov. 28, 1965
Warren Beatty 84 Sept. 11, 1966
Harry Belafonte 94 Nov. 6, 1955
Alan Bennett 87 Nov. 4, 1962
Tony Bennett 95 Oct. 18, 1964
Candice Bergen 75 Sept. 12, 1965
Raymond Berry ** 88 Nov. 9, 1958
Marc Bohan ** 95 Aug. 25, 1963
Pat Boone 87 Jan. 5, 1958
Craig Breedlove ** 84 Oct. 25, 1964
Carol Burnett 88 May 7, 1961
Michael Caine 88 Nov. 13, 1966
Corky Carroll ** 74 July 2, 1967
Jeannie Carson * 93 Feb. 24, 1957
Mindy Carson 94 Sept. 25, 1966
Dick Cavett * 85 Oct. 23, 1966
Jonathan Cerf 75 Mar. 12, 1967
Richard Chamberlain 87 July 29, 1962
Geraldine Chaplin 77 Jan. 2, 1966
Barrie Chase 88 Feb. 19, 1961
Jane Chastain ** 78 Oct. 25, 1964
Chubby Checker 80 Apr. 1, 1962
Joan Collins 88 Dec. 6, 1959
Kathryn Crosby 88 Dec. 14, 1958
Fabian 78 Nov. 15, 1959
Mia Farrow 76 Nov. 27, 1966
Barbara Feldon * 88 June 11, 1967
Maria Fletcher 79 Sept. 10, 1961
Jane Fonda 84 Apr. 3, 1960
Bette Ford ** 94 June 30, 1957
Connie Francis 83 Aug. 27, 1961
Peter Gabel ** 74 July 5, 1964
Anita Gillette * 85 Aug. 15, 1965
Joel Grey * 89 June 18, 1967
Marlene Hagge ** 87 June 18, 1961
George Hamilton 82 June 20, 1965
Joey Heatherton 77 Nov. 7, 1965
Eddie Hodges 74 Aug. 2, 1959
Linda Hope 82 June 24, 1956
Jack Jones 83 May 2, 1965
Shirley Jones 87 Aug. 19, 1962
Peggy King 91 Aug. 28, 1955
Joseph Kittinger ** 93 June 9, 1957
Jill Kollmar 78 Mar. 21, 1954
Richard Kollmar Jr. 80 Mar. 21, 1954
Nancy Kwan 82 Dec. 4, 1960
Abbe Lane 89 Jan. 26, 1958
Lisa Lane ** 88 May 21, 1961
Kelly Lange ** 84 June 11, 1967
Angela Lansbury 96 Dec. 4, 1966
Piper Laurie 89 Oct. 15, 1961
Carol Lawrence 89 Oct. 20, 1963

Steve Lawrence 86 Aug. 17, 1958
Dolores Lee ** 86 Apr. 11, 1954
Michele Lee * 79 Apr. 23, 1967
Pia Lindström * 83 Dec. 4, 1966
Gina Lollobrigida 94 Sept. 19, 1954
Sophia Loren 87 June 29, 1958
Johnny Mathis 86 Feb. 22, 1959
Elaine May 89 June 26, 1960
Jacquelyn Mayer 79 Sept. 16, 1962
Willie Mays 90 July 11, 1954
Patti McGee ** 76 May 16, 1965
Lee Meriwether 86 Sept. 12, 1954
Hayley Mills 75 Nov. 28, 1965
Liza Minnelli 75 May 16, 1965
Terry Moore 92 Mar. 20, 1955
Carol Morris 85 Aug. 5, 1956
Robert Morse 90 Mar. 4, 1962
Don Murray 92 Mar. 30, 1958
Bob Newhart 92 Feb. 4, 1962
Julie Newmar 88 Jan. 29, 1961
Bobby Nichols ** 85 July 26, 1964
Chris Noel 80 Feb. 5, 1967
Norma Nolan 83 July 22, 1962
Kim Novak 88 Feb. 5, 1956
Margaret O'Brien 84 Feb. 25, 1951
Seiji Ozawa ** 86 July 7, 1963
Marisa Pavan 89 Sept. 2, 1956
Lauri Peters 78 July 3, 1960
John Pisano 90 Jan. 22, 1967
Penny Pitou ** 83 Jan. 15, 1961
Leontyne Price 94 Sept. 18, 1966
Mary Quant ** 91 June 26, 1966
Bob Richards ** 95 Jan. 20, 1957
Diana Ross 77 Feb. 27, 1966
Eva Marie Saint 97 Sept. 7, 1958
Tommy Sands 84 Feb. 28, 1965
Pat Senatore 86 Jan. 22, 1967
William Shatner * 90 Jan. 24, 1965
Jean Shrimpton 79 June 4, 1967
Nancy Sinatra 81 Feb. 28, 1965
Rosemary Smith ** 84 Feb. 13, 1966
Dick Smothers 82 Jan. 29, 1967
Tom Smothers 84 Jan. 29, 1967
Jill St. John 81 Aug. 1, 1965
Paul Stookey 84 July 7, 1963
Barbra Streisand 79 Apr. 12, 1964
Pat Suzuki 91 May 17, 1959
Terry Tata ** 81 June 11, 1961
Marvin Terban ** 81 Dec. 19, 1965
Marlo Thomas * 84 Apr. 11, 1965
Leslie Uggams 78 May 7, 1967
Mamie Van Doren 90 Mar. 24, 1957
Dick van Dyke * 96 May 8, 1960
Vonda Kay Van Dyke 78 Sept. 5, 1965
Robert Wagner 91 Feb. 24, 1957
Norma O. Walker ** 93 Nov. 14, 1965
Raquel Welch 81 Apr. 30, 1967
Tuesday Weld 78 Jan. 14, 1962
Maury Wills ** 89 Jan. 23, 1966
Paul Winter ** 82 Nov. 25, 1962
Joanne Woodward 91 Nov. 8, 1959
Peter Yarrow 83 July 7, 1963

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Michael Trew
2022-01-01 19:27:40 UTC
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I haven't hopped on that page in a while. I do recall reading about
Doris Day not long ago. She wanted to go out quietly, and requested no
funeral/viewing, IIRC.
I hadn't realized that Guy Madison had died in 2021. Was the ad with
his show "Kelloggs Sugar Corn Pops"??
Janet US
FYI for you extreme game show trivia buffs here is a list of still - living "What's My Line?" Celebrity
Mystery guests!
Peter Yarrow 83 July 7, 1963
I remember the episode when Peter, Paul, and Mary were on the show.
They were so young! (I've seen Peter and Paul in concert a few times
since Mary passed 11 years ago).
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:36:02 UTC
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Post by Jeßus
On Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:48:51 -0800 (PST), Cindy Hamilton
Post by bruce bowser
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
And we all feel just terrible about that.
It's Jan 1 here and now the year is already ruined thanks to this
revelation. I might start a campaign to ban salmon, so there is still
some hope for 2022.
Nope, 2022 is already ruined. Betty White died today, just days short
of her 100th birthday. Very sad.
She already had an RFC age in the 1950s!
Michael Trew
2022-01-01 01:41:31 UTC
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I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt& pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
LOL... seriously though, what kind of salmon did you have? I only have
salmon once or twice per year. It's not worth the expense for good
salmon to me. Pretty good when it's roasted correctly. I like to broil
it with honey, soy sauce, and sesame seeds.
Bruce
2022-01-01 03:34:32 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
IMO, not enough to justify the price difference, especially when using
them for something like salmon patties.
Salmon tastes YUCKY to the bowser, OK Jill?
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe.
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-01 13:49:49 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
I adapted this from a Gullah cookbook but there's nothing particularly
Gullah about it.
1 can (15 oz) canned pink salmon, drained
1/2 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 small green bell pepper, finely chopped
1 clove minced garlic
1 large egg, beaten
3 Tbs. flour
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1-2 Tbs. sour cream or prepared mayonnaise
Drain the liquid from the canned salmon and place in a large mixing
bowl. (If you're finicky like Gary, remove the small round bones or buy
boneless canned salmon.) Combine all the ingredients and mash well
togther with a fork. I rarely have sour cream on hand but find jarred
mayo to work just fine as a substitute. Form the salmon mixture into
patties and place on a platter lined with waxed paper (easy cleanup).
Place in the refrigerator to let set for at at least 10 minutes.
Cook the salmon patties in a large skillet in a bit of neutral oil (I
use corn oil) until the patties are browned and crisp on the outside,
hot and tender inside. Drain on paper towels and serve while hot.
*Note: In recent years I've found if you lightly dust the salmon patties
with a little cornstarch before letting them set it makes for a crispier
outside but does not alter the taste.
Serves 6
Thanks! I have a can of pink salmon in the cabinet that I've been
meaning to use. Will have to make patties one of these days.
I've also seen red salmon in cans that the store, but it was
significantly more expensive. Is it a flavor difference?
Yes. Pink salmon is edible, but red salmon tastes good.

--Bryan
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