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Grandma's homemade Gefilte Fish...?
After hours of standing on
line at the fish store..... and then having the fish swim around
in the bath tub.
used to spend all day in the kitchen cleaning, skinning and mincing,
with fins and scales flying all over the kitchen floor....
mincer she had, was only big enough to do one large carp at a
time. Meanwhile, a shriek from the bathroom catches everyone
in the kitchen off
guard and alerts the attention towards the bathroom. Little Benji
had taken advantage of the situation, and while everyone was
so intensely focused on gefilte fish concoction. Benji had taken
to exploring the nature of live carp fish and had let the water
out of the bathtub.
you know the rest of the story. Commotion erupted, with live
carp jumping around the bathroom floor. One carp was already
making its way to the living room.
came the next crisis from the kitchen. Grandma lost count on
how many eggs she cracked up into the mix. "Call Auntie
Doris to see if she can come and rescue the situation!!".....
the way it was in the 1950's, and when retelling it to our children,
they can only visualize it in black and white.....
forward to year 2000, here's how simple Grandma's Gefilte fish
is today, thanks to our innovation..... We've prepared the entire
raw mix, using premium quality white fish or salmon,
fresh from the sea... forget the cleaning and mincing we take
care of all that.
used the right amount of spices, adding freshly chopped onions
to create this great formula. Even the eggs we use are freshly
opened at our plant and checked individually before being added
to the mix.
DID NOT add substitutes, powders or artificial flavors an absolute
NO NO according to Grandma.
fresh mix is immediately blast frozen in loaf shapes, wrapped
in grease paper and kept frozen until ready to use.
it's your turn, you don't even defrost it, all you do is add
your favorite seasoning with a healthy dash of love and cook
And by the way, whilst cooking, the aroma wafting through your
house will have your senses flash back to the 1950's in Grandma's
house.....She Would Be Very proud