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More fish to smoke

cmayna

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Today I'm outside the Golden Gate bringing in more future Salmon smoking.

1st fish


2nd fish


And I am feeding the crew with Salmon Lox, Jerky, Nuggets as well as a Salmon log.

Belch!


Oh and some smoked Mozzi cheese
 
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bkleinsmid

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What a great lunch.
I want to go with you next time. Willing to give up any of those recipes????

Brad
 

leah elisheva

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That is so beautiful!!!!!!!!!! How fortunate you are to access such incredible fish! That looks tremendous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic stuff! Happy midweek! Cheers! - Leah
 

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You are just such a tease! LOL.......I bet you are making even more friends!
 

dirtsailor2003

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Nice looking catch!! The first fish that I hooked Sunday was a nice 8-10 pound coho!!! Unfortunately the Coho season is closed in the Ocean off of Oregon
Oh well the lingcod and rockfish were biting just fine!

What do you put in your salmon log?
 

cmayna

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Case,

The wife came back from a rock and ling cod trip last week, so I said "Hey, now we need more Salmon".    The log consists of smoked Salmon, cream cheese, onion, lemon juice, horse radish and chopped pecans.

Craig
 

dirtsailor2003

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Case,

The wife came back from a rock and ling cod trip last week, so I said "Hey, now we need more Salmon".    The log consists of smoked Salmon, cream cheese, onion, lemon juice, horse radish and chopped pecans.

Craig
Sounds great! My grandma used to always make a salmon log and a smoked cheese ball for holiday gatherings.

I plan on smoking some rockfish that I have in the freezer that is a few months old along with a black cod that I have. Probably make some of it into fish jerky, as I like the texture a bit better when smoking rockfish.
 

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