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Old 02-21-2009, 06:22 PM   #11
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I would take it back right quick and get some canned Salmon and make fried salmon patties. Only thang mo betta on earth is carp patties. Now I could show ya how to make patties outta the fresh salmon but it would be purty labor intensive. I just take it back and get some of the real McCoy so to speak. Pinto beans...corn bread...fried tates and fried okry to go with. Pass the home growed tomaters and raw onyawn on the side. Also Sirriachi and maybe a few pickled japs. Got to have real cow butter on the cornbread. Your making me hongry here.

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Old 02-21-2009, 11:07 PM   #12
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Only thang mo betta on earth is carp patties.
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Thats terrible. Carp patties? I could barely swallow salmon patties that the mother in law made......ahh that is nasty,lol blah yuk allthhh

my old man made me throw them in to the brush when i cought em' back in the day. 70's early 80's ha.
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Old 02-22-2009, 11:41 AM   #13
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Well Carp is the best tasting fish in the world..it just boney sorta like Trout. Catfish is for everyday...Carp is for company.

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Old 02-22-2009, 12:00 PM   #14
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where's the pics?
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Careful. Too much orange wood will also getcha bitter. I love orange for beef. Nice and strong like mesquite.
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Old 02-22-2009, 01:57 PM   #16
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I had tooooo many beers last night and forgot to brine it. I woke up and started the brine this morning. Ill post pics tonight after i cook it. Probably about 7 is. Im gonna leave it in brine for 8 to 9 hours.
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I had tooooo many beers last night and forgot to brine it. I woke up and started the brine this morning. Ill post pics tonight after i cook it. Probably about 7 is. Im gonna leave it in brine for 8 to 9 hours.
Oh hell, that never happens around here.

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sorry the camera sucks....the flash is broke too
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Nobody asked, but here's a salmon tip:

The thorax part of a salmon fillet has a string of small bones, called pin bones, sticking up at about a 45 angle in the thickest part of the fillet. These should be removed before cooking so that you and your guests don't have to deal with them while eating.

Invert a large mixing bowl and lay the fillet across it, tail end away from you, skin side down. The bones will be very apparent. Grip each one in turn with your tool of choice -- I've used needlenose pliers but I prefer the locking forceps/hemostat I keep in the tackle box for removing hooks -- wiggle the bone a little to loosen it, then pull it out toward the direction of the head, keeping the angle of pull close to the angle of growth. If the fish is real fresh, you might need to press lightly with finger and thumb on either side of the bone you're pulling, to keep from tearing the meat.

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(I learned this technique from Mrs Griff -- Dian -- the best salmon-filleter I've ever seen. )
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