King Oscar Skinless & Boneless Sardines in Olive Oil

YOU JUST KNOW HE”S TRIED TO TICKLE A GIRL OR TWO WITH THAT MOUSTACHE
A FIRM ENOUGH FOUNDATION TO BUILD A WEEKEND BEACH HOUSE

Country: Morocco (not Norway?)
Calories: 210

Nose: Heavy waft of tuna fish when you pop the top.

Eye:
Ugly. I like the visual variety of the skin and bones.

Fork Feel:
Firm, almost too firm. It feels hard-packed.

Tongue:
Honestly, my nose impression is carrying

through, tastes like tuna fish to me. It says it’s packed in olive oil but I don’t pick up much of that. I thought the higher than normal calorie count for a can of sardines would suggest a lot of oil I realized it’s just a bit more fish – not a bad thing. However, I think I would prefer flavor – either from oil or skin and bones.

Mouth Feel:
It’s still very firm. And dry. The inner suburban kid in my is dying to add mayo. Maybe it should be flaked with a fork more that just devoured out of a can.

THERE’S NOT MUCH OIL (FLAVOR) LEFT IN THE CAN. WHY SO STINGY KING OSCAR?

Season Brand Sardine Fillets in Lemon Pepper Sauce Salt Added

HER NAME IS RIO AND SHE DANCES ON THE SAND

Country: Morocco
Calories: 184

Nose:  Pop the top and it’s not too lemony or peppery. Fairly office safe.

Eye:  No skin viewable. I like skin. Does filleting mean take off skin? I’ll have to look that up.

Fork Feel:  The fishies are solid and chunky on the fork. I like it when you can stab the little bits and it doesn’t just squish. It helps it feel like a meal.

Tongue: I get a lot of pepper but not much lemon. Not much fishy either. A few bits in I get some lemon but it’s more of a bitter lemon.

Mouth Feel:
Solid flesh on this fish but fishiness doesn’t hang around. Not too oily. I miss the bones. I like to feel the bones of small creatures nash between my teeth. It boosts my confidence.

LOOK! A SURPRISE BELL PEPPER!!