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Sunday, 12 December 2010

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Tanya

That tiny fishing village looks super cute. Fun times!

Donna

That picnic lunch looks awesome! Smoked fish sausage sounds intriguing, is it anything like the Korean/Japanese fish cakes they put in oden?

Boots in the Oven

Thanks! It totally was. I love that it's been so well preserved!

Boots in the Oven

You know, it actually is sort of similar! The texture was emulsified like oden, but there were a few chunks of vegetable.

Libby Tomlinson

If you're back in the area, I'm a native of Traverse City and the Leelanau Peninsula- I'd love to help you find your way if you need it! I'm thrilled to see that you are posting about some of the great places and eats we have here!

Boots in the Oven

Thank you, Libby! Logan's back in Ann Arbor now, and I'm down in Texas. But we do hope to make it back up to the Leelenau soon - it was a wonderful trip.

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