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Amy's Bread
At Amy’s Bread we make our crusty rectangles of Rustic Italian bread in two sizes, as well as long skinny Filone and Country White Boules. This white bread with an airy open crumb is our version of ciabatta bread. We love it because it has so much versatility. It can be cut into flat rectangle-shaped loaves of varying sizes that are more crust than crumb, or into long chewy breadsticks covered in sesame, poppy and dill seeds and salt. With the addition of Picholine (green) olives, it can be made into Amy’s delicious Picholine Olive Bread. Spread it on a sheet pan and top it with fresh tomatoes, basil, Parmesan, and fresh mozzarella for a simple pizza. Add toasted walnut halves or pieces to the dough for flavorful walnut bread that goes great with cheese. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.  This is a very wet dough that develops much of its strength and elasticity while it proofs in the bowl after being mixed. It takes practice to get used to handling and shaping dough this wet, but with a little persistence you’ll soon be an expert and will want to use this recipe again and again.  Click here to see the How to Make Amy's Bread Slideshow. Adapted from "Amy's Bread, Revised and Updated" by Amy Scherber, Toy Kim Dupree, and Aimee Herring
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Pickled Mackerel and Beetroot Salad (Inlagd Makrill med Rödbetssallad)
Pickeled herring can also be used in place of mackerel; either way, this dish is an explosion of flavor, and a good example of Sweden on a plate.This recipe is courtesy of SwedishFood.com.
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Poolish
Poolish has become our favorite starter in the bakery. We enjoy using it because it gives our bread a moist, open-holed crumb, a chewy texture, and a sweet, pleasant flavor of fermentation without any sourness.  Don’t be discouraged by the process of making a starter. Poolish is very easy to make and adds so much character to breads like French baguettes and rustic Italian bread. It’s made from the tiniest bit of yeast we can measure, combined with equal weights of water and flour. The mixing takes about 3 minutes, and the rest of the work is done by the yeast which slowly ferments with the flour and water. The poolish should be mixed 6-24 hours before you plan to make your bread. When used in your dough, the final result will be sophisticated bread that makes you look like a professional baker.   Click here to see the How to Make Amy's Bread Slideshow. Adapted from "Amy's Bread, Revised and Updated" by Amy Scherber, Toy Kim Dupree, and Aimee Herring.   
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3.7

Herring Pickled recipe. Ready In: Makes servings 191 per serving Ingredients: herrings, onions, vinegar, water, sugar, sour cream, pickling spices
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Herring Salad recipe. Ready In: 5 hr 15 min Makes 4 servings 196 per serving Ingredients: ---, sour cream, yogurt, lemon, sugar, ---, onions, apples, herring fillets, dill weed
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Charlotte J
I love Pickled Herring. It will take 24 hours to make.
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Creamed Herring recipe. Ready In: 20 min. Makes 4 servings 149 per serving Ingredients: herring, pickled, apple, white onion, sour cream
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Recipes Network
Herring Salad
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Recipes Network
Pickled Herring
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Recipes Network
Creamed Herring
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Recipes Network
Creamed Herring
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A swedish feast would not be complete without pickled herring.
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