Try Dutch's maple smoked salmon, you can't go wrong...I also have taken a teriyaki sauce and spread that on the salmon and the heated up some pineapple preserves (so it was easier to spread) and then spread that on top the salmon, gave a great flavor and nice glaze. They don't too long to cook, I'm not sure how thick yours are, but I smoked them until a lot of the fat came to the top then did a flake test. People go crazy over both of these recipes. Use a light wood like apple or cherry. Some say alder for fish, but I wasn't overly happy with that...believe me you can't go wrong with this. I purchased throw away flat pans that I put the fish on, I don't think you would want to put right on the grate.