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a salad topped with garlic and anchovies
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These thick clouds of algae release a toxin called domoic acid, which accumulates in small fish like sardines and anchovies and then moves up the marine food chain.
Shore fishermen are scoring striped bass with anchovies or sardines in the evenings.
To make the vinaigrette: In a small bowl, whisk the anchovies, garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, Worcestershire sauce and the remaining 3 tablespoons of cheese.
California halibut kept right on biting inside Humboldt Bay for boaters drifting or slow-trolling live anchovies.
Supplements might include cans of anchovies or sardines (Ms. Cameron likes the ones from Wild Planet), salami, a hard cheese like Gouda, crusty bread and seasonal fruits, all of which can be eaten with the help of a pocket knife.
Fisherman were known to catch silver-stripe round herring, Indian anchovy, greater amberjack and more, in hauls that could reach up to 1,300 pounds.
Run knife over garlic and anchovy to make a fine paste.
Known as forage fish, anchovies are critically important species ecologically and economically.
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