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Short Orders

A good catch: herring in a jar

(Blue Hill Bay)
By Rachel Ellner
Globe Correspondent / March 3, 2010

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It takes a formidable fish to hold its firm texture and taste after being cut into bite-size pieces, sloshed in herb marinade, sour cream, or mustard sauce and stuffed into a 12-ounce jar. The Blue Hill Bay line of marinated and cream herrings ($4.99 to $5.99) does all that with panache. Blue Hill Bay is a division of family-owned, Brooklyn, ... (Full article: 177 words)

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