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Old 01-05-2018, 05:12 PM   #1
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Default Simple early supper

Just a little swordfish and golden tile with a side of cabbage. No carbs and a little dusting of lemon pepper seasoning on the fish, good to go...
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Old 01-05-2018, 06:36 PM   #2
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Man, that looks good! What's the white stuff on the plate?
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Homemade tartar sauce.
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simple and good!
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DangWade!!! Just hadmy wisdom tooofuffes yanked today and that is killing me!!!!

Well, back to the Cosby food.... hopefully I get one with a roofy
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Default Hey Wade. Tartar sauce recipe?

The best Tartar sauce I remember eating was at Ft. Polk, LA. Of course, lots of stuff tasted good in Basic Training--stuff I probably wouldn't eat now.

Portman's Tartar Sauce (Save-a-Lot brand) is pretty good but I'd really like a killer recipe.
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What was for desert?
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Tartar. Chop up a couple shallots very fine. Juice two lemons. A couple tablespoons of Wickles relish and Vlasic dill relish. A good dusting of ground dill weed. About two tablespoons of capers. (Mix the capers, lemon juice, relish and shallots in a small food processor) Bout 2 cups of Hellmans mayo. Whip it all together and let it sit at least overnight. Enjoy! Alas, still watching what I eat so no desert....

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I never measure any of the ingredients. Were I to guess?
1 Tbsp Wickles relish
1 Tbsp Vlasic dill relish
2 to 3 shallots diced
2 lemons juiced
1 heaping Tbsp capers
1/2 tsp dill weed
Half to 3/4 jar of Hellmans mayo

I use a small food processor to blend the capers, lemon juice, diced shallots and relishes to a pretty fine mixture.
Mixes more evenly and makes the sauce more creamy. Add mayo to desired thickness.
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We caught a few trout and whiting and had just cole slaw with a platter of fresh grilled fish. Nothing better then fresh fish you caught yourself.
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