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Bar Harbor Skinless Boneless Smoked Sardine Fillets In Maple Syrup, 6.7-Ounce (Pack of 6)

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  • Smoked Sardine Fillets in Maple Syrup
  • Skinless and Boneless
  • 6- 6.7 oz

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Product Description

Ingredients: Wild Caught Sustainable Harvested Naturally Wood Smoked Sardine Fillets, Pure Maple Syrup, Salt.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004M1UKB2
  • UPC: 070718001583
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,265 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By redbeard90 on November 30, 2011
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I'm someone who prides myself on enjoying unusual foods, so I bought these sardines almost impulsively.
I won't say I dislike them, but I can't bring myself to praise them either. Perhaps they have to grow on me.

I like sardines, I love maple syrup, and I usually enjoy smoked foods. The combination of the three, however, is a bit much. By itself, I cannot tolerate the overpowering sweetness combined with a distinct smokiness. The taste of the fish itself has taken a back seat to these two much more dominant flavors.

It took me a while to find something that actually worked: cream cheese. Toast, cream cheese, and these sardines created a pretty good open-face breakfast sandwich. Cream cheese has a way of tempering even the strongest flavors (vegemite, smoked salmon, capers, etc). There are probably other good ingredient combinations, but I have yet to find them.

Bottom line: These fish are very sweet and quite smoky. Be prepared to experiment a bit to find an enjoyable way to eat them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike in Ohio on August 27, 2011
I tried these last year at a Food Network TV roadshow in Cleveland..They were being raved about their Maple Goodness by a very famous TV chef named Michael Symon. He said it was his new "go to" snack food.

These are not the boney nasty cheap sardines you see in a can ... These are beautiful fresh sardine fillets (NO BONES) Smokey and Delicate.

After I tasted them I ended up buying 24 cans online because they can be very hard to find, even their online company store does not carry them.

If you like good BBQ or Good Smoke Pit Meats you will not be dissapointed with this healthy Smoked Meat alternative loaded with good Omega 3's ... I have a friend who gave up the high fat BBQ he loves and he has been missing the full Smokey Flavor he craves ... These Smokey-Mapley sardines are his new favorite food item and good for his Heart! ... The taste is Smokey and Sweet from the Maple Syrup and it's just the right balance not too smokey and not too sweet ...My kids loved eating these when we were camping this year and wanted them for breakfast every morning, so good bye greasy sausage links!

My favorite is to serve these with Brown Sugar Maple Baked Beans.

My Wife had a Fancy-Schmancy party and she made a Dip using these and people went nuts wanting the recipe and wanting to know where they could buy them (Forget Trader Joes) This has got to be the New and Best Flavor combo for seafood for 2011 and a Blue Ribbon Winner in our house for sure!

PLEASE LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE AND DO NOT DISCONTINUE THIS FLAVOR!!!!

LOVE LOVE LOVE THESE!!!

Wish Bar habor would Bring Maple Blind Robbins onto the market so we would have a dry smoked fish too, like beef jerky.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By StarLightStarBright on June 10, 2011
The combination of maple syrup and sardines does indeed sound a bit strange but it's delicious! And the sardines themselves are very impressive, I'm going to try the non-maple type by Bar Harbor as well.

If you are a sardine lover, don't hesitate to try these for a twist on the ordinary.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DJ Clay on October 7, 2011
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The other flavors are better in my opinion because these sardines have a bit too much sweetness to them to where I can't taste the fish. The brand is good quality though. My biggest disappointment remains that this company along with many others continues to use BPA in the lining of the cans. There are other options out there that do not contain BPA but they cost a bit more. I think if more people realized you are ingesting a chemical compound that was tested to be used as female hormone replacement therapy, more people would avoid cans with these type liners. I know there is no "definitive proof" and opinions vary on whether it actually effects cancer rates, but think how breast cancer rates have sky rocketed. Remember that the next time chug a cold canned beer down you are drinking a detectable amount of female hormone replacement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CaliMom on October 12, 2011
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They definitely could be eaten for breakfast. I was skeptical of whether or not I would like these, but they are great and I went ahead and bought another order to take advantage of the special this month. These are my new favorite sardines.
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I have only had boneless skinless sardines once before, and I was expecting these to taste similar, although somewhat sweet. They are sweet, perhaps a little too sweet, but it does have a very good flavor. It really reminds me of smoked herring, the kind you get in the long thin can (branded Kipper Snacks at my local store).

These are pretty good. I purchased them on sale at a local health food store - I am not sure if I would pay full price for them, though. One good thing about this can is the size - it has 3.5 servings at 150 calories each. A normal can of sardines only has about 150 calories total, so maybe it could be considered a better deal because of this. However, it is kind of a meal in itself.
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