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Cut the top (bread) into three slices. Clean and wash the two onions. One of them is cut very small, for the fish paste, and the other is cut into slices / slices. Make a fish paste from the herring fillet, mixed with finely chopped onion and lemon juice, to taste. Mix well, for homogenization, or simply mix.
The athlete was booted from Disney World along with two other professional soccer playersjoshjdss / wikimedia commonsThree professional soccer stars were kicked out of Disney World after police say they became “belligerent” and “verbally aggressive.” Orlando Pride forward and Olympic gold medalist Alex Morgan had allegedly been drinking at an Epcot Center bar with friends for eight hours before sheriff’s deputies showed up to ask them to leave.