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Market Scene: Market Hall in Gdansk, Poland

Market Scene Meredith Bethune 3 comments

Most tourists are too busy admiring the ornate pastel buildings of seaside Gdansk, Poland to visit the massive Market Hall just a few blocks away. Reminiscent of a nineteenth century train station, crowned with a wrought iron and glass roof, it houses an overwhelming selection of food vendors. You can fulfill your Polish food fantasies for paczki, herring, kabanosy sausages, and every variety of E. Wedel chocolate, all in one place. More

It's Your Last Chance for New Catch Holland Herring at Russ & Daughters

New York Max Falkowitz 7 comments

This year's season got off to a late start and is now drawing to a close, so take note: if you want some of Russ & Daughters' 2013 supply of new catch Holland herring, now's your chance. In the know herring lovers: hurry! Herring novices, or those who think they don't like herring: this is your introductory fish. More

A Sandwich a Day: New-Catch Holland Herring at Russ & Daughters

New York Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Herring in a hot dog bun. It's a pretty common Dutch street food, and now you can get it at Russ & Daughters through August. More

Snapshots from Sweden: Celebrating Herring Weekend in Marstrand and Klädesholmen

Robyn Lee 1 comment

Today, millions of people in Sweden (and beyond) are beginning their Midsummer celebrations with maypoles, dancing, bonfires, snaps, strawberries, and loads of pickled herring with new potatoes. When there's a holiday to be celebrated in Sweden, pickled herring can't be far away. More

Herring Festival at Aquavit's Bistro

New York Shell Tu Post a comment

The Scandinavian restaurant Aquavit quietly launched its Annual Herring Festival this week. The event will last for two weeks (weekdays only, through next Friday) and offers a buffet lunch for $28 per person, a dinner for $38 per person. More

Scandinavian Streetfood: Fried Herring on Crisp Bread in Stockholm

Scandinavian Street Food Kalle Bergman 2 comments

Herring is a fantastic little fish that's always been hugely important in Scandinavia. If you visit the region, you can't really leave without having some. Try it pickled, seasoned (with one of the hundreds of local seasonings), or fermented as the infamously super-stinky Surströmming (I dare you—double dare you!). More

Fried Herring on Crisp Bread with Tartar Sauce Recipe

Serious Eats Kalle Bergman Post a comment

Fried Herring On Crisp Bread At Hötorgshallen In Stockholm [Photograph: Kalle Bergman]... More

Sunday Brunch: Fish Hash

Serious Eats Robin Bellinger 4 comments

Let me get this out of the way first: this is not the most beautiful plate of brunch you've ever seen, I know. No caramel-burnished sticky bun or fluffy, chive-flecked omelet perfection here. Yet humble fish hash is one of the most tempting things lately to emerge from my kitchen. Although I was, not so long ago, a little wary of herring, I know I'll be making it again soon. More

Russ and Daughters Throws a Mean Herring Party

New York Nina Lalli Post a comment

I'll give you the bad news first: Russ & Daughters threw a herring party and you missed it. A herring party! There were seven different tables of herring snacks, each paired with a different drink. One of the tables had... More

Photo of the Day: I <3 Pickled Herring

New York Erin Zimmer 1 comment

Photograph by Serious Eats intern alum Linnea Covington It might be hard to tell what those letters are trying to spell, but it's just one -ING short of "I ♥ PICKLED HERRING." The crew behind The Universal Records Database... More

Dutch New Herring with Beer Pairings at Jimmy’s No. 43

New York Joe DiStefano 3 comments

"There is nothing quite as surreal as seeing a crowd of well-dressed Dutch drinking beer and dropping fish into their mouths. " The time-honored technique for enjoying New Catch Holland Herring, or “Hollandse Nieuwe,” as modeled by Niki Russ Federman... More

Blogwatch: Netherlands' National Dish, the Raw Herring Sandwich

Emily Koh 13 comments

Raw herring is a Dutch specialty, so it's no wonder that the broodje haring, or a raw-herring sandwich, is the national dish of the Netherlands. Says Simply Sandwiches, "It's cold and a bit mushy, but has a refreshing freshness and bite from the onions and pickles that it's a pleasure to eat. It also helps that it's incredibly soft and I could probably eat it without teeth."... More

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