Salty or sweet licorice as long as it's Black I've loved it since childhood. This blog for www.marinamarket.com will review Dutch licorice from Holland as well as German, Danish,Norwegian Finnish licorice & Chocolate bars. Grocery items from Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Holland, Indonesia -the world inclusive-will be reviewed. Brands include Toro, Honig,Conimex, Maggi,Knorr,Ferrero Kinder. Come inside and take a look! Home of The Licorice Shrine seen on KING5 Evening Magazine
To continue on with the Sardine theme, here is a recipe that was in my 'inbox' today- the irony. It is from a Foodbuzz friends site "Devoted for Life". Great recipes on that site, looking at the blogs name though always causes me to have Olivia Newton John music to haunt my poor brain!
Cook the potatoes in boiling salted water until tender, about 15-20 mins. Meanwhile, coarsely mash the sardines in a bowl (there's no need to remove the calcium-rich bones as they are soft enough to eat). Mix in the parsley, lemon juice, zest, green onions, and dijon. Drain the potatoes, then mash until smooth. Gently mix into the sardine mixture and season. Moisten your hands and shape into 8-10 large cakes.
In a seperate bowl, mix the sauce ingredients together.
Drizzle some canola oil into a non-stick frying pan and fry the fish cakes in batches for about 3-4 mins on each side until golden and crisp. Serve with the yogurt sauce