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SPRAT

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Ingredients 2kg (5 medium) floury baking potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced; 4 large cloves garlic, minced; 2 onions, peeled and sliced very thinly; 275ml single cream, 100ml full milk 100ml double cream 2x125g tins Swedish sprats (or 1 tin anchovies), drained 2 handfuls fresh white breadcrumbs A pinch of allspice.
Latvia wanted to better the world's first ever monument to sprats which was put up in Russia.
Another item in steady demand is Baltic Sprats, which are available as butterfly fillets as well as in the foal of rolls in various sauces, such as barbeque.
c] In a report in the Evening Chronicle on April 28, we wrongly described Aarti Tandon as the adopted daughter Jan Crook, of Jack Sprats cafe in Heaton, Newcastle.
At Noma in Copenhagen, currently rated by most as the best restaurant on the planet, the genius chef Rene Redzepi makes savoury bleskiver with tiny fish, which look a bit like sprats, speared through the centre.
A HUGE shoal of sprats is keeping most of the codling offshore, as they are chasing the bait fish in a feeding frenzy.
We're feeding them on a mixed fish diet which includes mackerel, sprats, whiting and herring - which is their favourite.
PIKE are feeding at Pontsticil and Dolygaer Reservoirs where Merthyr anglers Ashley Evans and Liam Jones caught fish to 10lb using mackerel and sprats as bait.
Estonian fishermen last year in the Baltic sea caught 31,838 tons of Baltic herring, 972 tons of cod and 48,601 tons of sprats.
They're fishing-nets, scooping sprats and tiddlers out of a stream or the gleaming trout that startled the air when you threw it back.
Sprats are proving to be one of the niche success stories of the fish industry.
He said the declines were being driven by changes to the availability of plankton, as a result of climate change, which had a knock-on impact on the numbers of sandeels, sprats and other small fish.