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Old 05-10-2005, 07:48 PM   #1
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Salmon on the kettle

Bought a couple of salmon steaks on the way home from work.

Cut skin off, rolled the one of 'legs' of the steaks into the cavity, then rolled the other leg around the rolled one. Wrapped the skin back around and secured with a tooth pick. Dusted with 'blackening' rub and threw on the kettle. Had the charcoal baskets 3/4 filled with lump. Seared for 3 min per side. Just had the salmon and a romaine salad.
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Old 05-10-2005, 07:57 PM   #2
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Man Finney, you are eating very healthy. You feeling alright?
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Old 05-10-2005, 08:01 PM   #3
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Bought a couple of salmon steaks on the way home from work.

Cut skin off, rolled the one of 'legs' of the steaks into the cavity, then rolled the other leg around the rolled one. Wrapped the skin back around and secured with a tooth pick. Dusted with 'blackening' rub and threw on the kettle. Had the charcoal baskets 3/4 filled with lump. Seared for 3 min per side. Just had the salmon and a romaine salad.
Reference Bruce's pics!
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Reference Bruce's pics!
Yeah, except pretend his salmon was grilled. #-o
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Man Finney, you are eating very healthy. You feeling alright?
Trying... trying. 8-[
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Reference Bruce's pics!
Yeah, except pretend his salmon was grilled. #-o[/quote:24k6gfsp]
Point was, he posted pics!!
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Re: Salmon on the kettle

[quote=Niagara River Smoker][quote="Chris Finney":14pedpnh]
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Originally Posted by "Niagara River Smoker":14pedpnh
Reference Bruce's pics!
Yeah, except pretend his salmon was grilled. #-o[/quote:14pedpnh]
Point was, he posted pics!! [/quote:14pedpnh]

Yeah... I knew what your point was.
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that sounds awesome Chris

I'm gonna have to try something like this instead of cedar planked salmon ... I got hooked on that stuff

I like the way you turned the salmon steak into a round piece of meat, great idea
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[quote=Chris Finney][quote="Niagara River Smoker":1k1n3lnr][quote="Chris Finney":1k1n3lnr]
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Reference Bruce's pics!
Yeah, except pretend his salmon was grilled. #-o[/quote:1k1n3lnr]
Point was, he posted pics!! [/quote:1k1n3lnr]

Yeah... I knew what your point was. [/quote:1k1n3lnr]
Sure you did..... 8-[
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I like the way you turned the salmon steak into a round piece of meat, great idea
Another AB thing. I have no original ideas.
Even if "I think I'll go get a beer"... Larry already thought of it.
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