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Unread 10-18-2013, 12:27 PM   #16
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Both thirdeye and gore have some awesome salmon threads if you search!

Both of these are excellent Don Marco has a great Gent Jack cold somke salmon He also used the Pro Q Cold Smoke Generator which is cheap and easy
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We have moved to our new favorite with fresh salmon filets (skin on ). Rinse, dry , hit with sea salt, garlic powder. Get your smoker/grill up to 375-425. Then put 1-2T of Dijon mustard on the salmon and then coat with brown sugar. I like to use a cedar/maple/alder plank to cook on but even on your grill is just fine. Cook till about 130 IT or flaky. Really good!
Marty has hit it right on target, as usual! Hot grill and cook on a soaked plank until done. Doesn't take long to cook, so don't over cook it. Mouth watering good. Put a bite on your forehead, and your tongue will beat your brains out trying to get at it!

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I grew up eating fresh caught crappie, sand bass and catfish. Tender white flaky meat shaken and coated in a meal mixture in a Piggly Wiggly grocery sack. Served with a salt shaker a bottle of hot sauce deviled eggs and pinto beans.

The first time I ate salmon I nearly gagged. The last time I ate salmon I did gag. To my senses it is the nastiest fishiest tasting item that can be served.

Articles praise it's healthy attributes. Kudos to you who can stomach it.

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I grew up eating fresh caught crappie, sand bass and catfish. Tender white flaky meat shaken and coated in a meal mixture in a Piggly Wiggly grocery sack. Served with a salt shaker a bottle of hot sauce deviled eggs and pinto beans.

The first time I ate salmon I nearly gagged. The last time I ate salmon I did gag. To my senses it is the nastiest fishiest tasting item that can be served.

Articles praise it's healthy attributes. Kudos to you who can stomach it.

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Same thing happened to me the first time. But when done right, It's some of the best there is cept maybe for Crappie, Bass and Brim.
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Same thing happened to me the first time. But when done right, It's some of the best there is cept maybe for Crappie, Bass and Brim.
You Louisiana folks really know how to cook catfish in my book. Coated in mustard and then covered in corn meal with some salt and pepper and fried in peanut oil to a golden color. MMMM!!! I use to stop at the Tiger Truck Stop every time I was in the area and had me some fried catfish. Makes me want to take a road trip back to Texas just to stop in at the Tiger.

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You Louisiana folks really know how to cook catfish in my book. Coated in mustard and then covered in corn meal with some salt and pepper and fried in peanut oil to a golden color. MMMM!!! I use to stop at the Tiger Truck Stop every time I was in the area and had me some fried catfish. Makes me want to take a road trip back to Texas just to stop in at the Tiger.

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