Okey dokey, I will have a look and let you know what I come up with. I would like to try and use the AE as in some way it is creating a little nostalgia - so in no small way and whatever the outcome I have been grateful for your original post.Duckett wrote: ↑Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:25 pmThe one I had in my cupboard was Geo Watkins Anchovy Sauce, so I used that. I’ve almost run out and, looking around, there don’t seem to be as many options as I recall there being last time I bought a bottle ...... it lasts me ages! I suppose one alternative would be one of the many fish sauces from the Far East as they are all made the same way!Pallenpool wrote: ↑Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:17 pmThese ‘Bread Pockets’ sound rather interesting I will have a look at them when I am next in the not so supermarket.Duckett wrote: ↑Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:59 pmThanks for this Pallenpool, it’s a great help. Since posting this I’ve had one go at integrating both Gentlemen’s Relish and anchovy essence into a paste. I honestly don’t think the GR worked and have ditched the idea. AE blended in nicely but didn’t catch anything. I’m going to try AE in paste again. However, I started thinking about this in the context of spreading things inside the various Warburtons pocket breads mentioned in an earlier post. I’m going to give this a go with GR once the river season is underway. I’ll post the results.Pallenpool wrote: ↑Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:05 pmI have used Gentlemen’s relish as a component in a paste bait I trialled way back in the 80’s. I had varying amounts of success to out and out blanks. The trouble with working with strong smelling food stuffs is just that - if a complex bait is being developed using one be prepared for a lot of trial, error and more error. I did before starting use the relish in a bread, tapioca flour and egg mix, which I made into a paste and immersed in boiling water for around 30 seconds allowing the paste to be a tad more robust than not doing so. This basic mix I dismissed eventually as a loss leader with catch rates erratic to say the least.Duckett wrote: ↑Fri May 25, 2018 12:06 pmOK, two very traditional items here! I was posting a comment in the thread below about Warburtons Toasties when it popped into my head that I had never put either of these things in paste mix and had never read of anyone doing so.
So, ignoring for the moment the fact that a gentleman would require his Gentleman's Gentleman at the bank to apply his Gentleman's Relish to his bread, has anyone ever tried this?
If you decide to give it a try it would be interesting to read about your results. It would be definitely worth a try.
If you let me know the AE you are using I will trial it as well - 2 to the cause will help if only to realise that the wrong tree is being barked up at. This being said additions to the mix and the strength of the main ingredient all bear witness to a failed or successful bait.
I am rather looking forward to giving this some legs.
This is the place to discuss the fishing baits.
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