Re: NANFA-- Caviar

Joseph W. Gardner (
Sat, 09 Oct 1999 23:56:30 -0400

Hi Jay,

When I was in Guyana last March, I had about 3-5 different species of fish egg
sacks which were fried, battered and delicious. My guess is that they were
cichlid and catfish. Take care. Joe.

Jay DeLong wrote:

> What other eggs have people eaten? I've eaten fried sunfish egg sacks--
> they're kind of nutty and crunchy. My grandpa, who wasn't fond of wild game
> (even though he was a farmer and hunter), loved them. I probably wouldn't
> have tried them if he didn't eat them.
> Salmon egg soup is a traditional Indian food that I don't want to try,
> though.
> Jay DeLong

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