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Old 02-24-2009, 05:36 PM   #21
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Thanks John. I actually read to remove the pinion bones via tweezers or pliers from Jim Minions Recipe. (Big Dude left a link) However I did not remove them cause I forgot. I was in a hurry just to get it marinaded and on the WSM. It turned out O.K........I think it might be better than i thought cause i kinda have a prejudice againt salmon cause of salmon patties.....yuk bla phowee nasty salmon patties.

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Old 02-24-2009, 05:49 PM   #22
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Well glad to hear Salmon foray worked out good for ya. In fact I got so emotionally involved with the project that I instructed the Warden to fry up some Salmon Patties just last night for supper. Had some scalloped tates outta the box and a big old can of Bush's Sweet Beans to go with. Also maybe some kinda rabbit food..I forget right now but know it had Ranch Style dressing on it. Now a person cant hardly turn up the nose on a meal like that huh? Sure made me highly aromatic flatulent today. Guess it was the sweet beans which is the culprit on that deal. They must have forget to roll em with a rolling pin prior to cooking. That squeeze all the gas out of em ya know?


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