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Old 03-23-2008, 04:48 PM   #1
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Little appetizer

Smoked a small chunk of salmon today as an appetizer for Easter. I was in the store the other day and they had both farm raised and wild salmon and just couldn't help but think of Griff saying get the wild. So, $2 per pound more and it was a great decision!

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Thanks Nick. My brother-in-law, the commercial fisherman, just passed thru town and I placed an order from this coming summer's catch for the Oink pot luck.
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Wild is the only way to go.... no comparison in flavor.
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I want to try that...I love smoked salmon.
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Old 03-24-2008, 06:07 AM   #5
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That looks awesome Nick!
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I want to try that...I love smoked salmon.
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I never saw no red catfish before

Looks fine Nick
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Old 03-24-2008, 08:59 AM   #8
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That does look good.

To be honest, I have never grilled salmon before.
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looks great
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To be honest, I have never grilled salmon before.
I love to grill salmon. Here's how I do it: Spray the grill with Pam, put the fillet on skin-side down, brush it several times with a lemon juice/melted butter/garlic/black pepper baste, grill 10 or so minutes depending on the fire, until the meat separates easily into flakes -- here's where I really love the Thermapen. When the thick part is at 145 , it's done, no subjective guessing whether it's flaky enough or not.

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(No skin? You'll want to turn it, which is tricky. One of those fish baskets might be the ticket.)
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