Eating Like a Pig Was Popular Last Year

The New York Times blogpost The 11 Best Foods You Aren't Eating was one of the most-viewed stories for 2008 and guess what? One of those 11 foods were sardines*! One more reason to Eat Like A Pig!

*Note: I wanted to post a scrummy looking sardine in this post but check out what you get when you Google Image sardines. Not exactly appetizing. Chefs and your photographers: please send delicious-looking photos! [Thank you W.S. for sending this one along:]

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I had fried sardines in Holland. Thought them pretty good. Really liked the grune herring sandwiches. Steamed cabbage with a little butter melted on it is quite good.

By Jim Thomerson (not verified) on 24 Jan 2009 #permalink

The fish on the right is mackerel, but the one on the left is not. It looks like sardine, and it looks very delicious.

I just ate sardines and was searching for "world's largest sardine" - I wanted to see how big they can get.

By Christopher (not verified) on 14 Feb 2010 #permalink

The authors found that the frequencies of allergic and IgE-associated allergic disease and sensitization were similar in the children who had received probiotic and those whoâd gotten placebo. Although there appeared to be a preventive effect at age 2, there was none noted at age 5. Interestingly, in babies born by cesarean section, the researchers found less IgE-associated allergic disease in those who had received the probiotic.

The authors found that the frequencies of allergic and IgE-associated allergic disease and sensitization were similar in the children who had received probiotic and those whoâd gotten placebo. Although there appeared to be a preventive effect at age 2, there was none noted at age 5. Interestingly, in babies born by cesarean section, the researchers found less IgE-associated allergic disease in those who had received the probiotic.

The authors found that the frequencies of allergic and IgE-associated allergic disease and sensitization were similar in the children who had received probiotic and those whoâd gotten placebo. Although there appeared to be a preventive effect at age 2, there was none noted at age 5. Interestingly, in babies born by cesarean section, the researchers found less IgE-associated allergic disease in those who had received the probiotic.

This *Note: I wanted to post a scrummy looking sardine in this post but check out what you get when you Google Image sardines. Not exactly appetizing. Chefs and your photographers: please send delicious-looking photos! [Thank you W.S. for sending this one along:] isn't on my menu tonight:)