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Unread 11-28-2004, 01:05 AM   #1
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Default 1am and I am putting the salmon in the brine.

Got company tomorrow, so were smoking salmon. Its gonna brine in a dill, brown sugar, garlic, pepper mix overnight then into the smoker tomorrow for about 3 1/2 hrs.
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Unread 11-28-2004, 01:22 AM   #2
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I love my salmon with lots of dill.
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Are you cooking whole salmon, salmon filets or salmon steaks? I always smoke whole and steaks but grill filets.
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Call me perverted, but SO many of our posting subjects sound like they are actually sexual references. This one is a clear example.
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At least they didn't say they liked their dill in a salmon.
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Dill........DOH! (in my best homer voice)
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I think I'm actually gonna start using this one.....

Friend: "Man, I had a hot date last night".

Me: "Well, did you put the salmon in the brine?"

Friend: "Oh yea, baby, he was coming home to spawn"

Me: "You Rock!"
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You only think of the dill as sexual if you have never eaten salmon with dill. Otherwise, the taste of smoked salmon with dill is the first thing that pops into your mind. Neil, I have smoked salmon filets on ceder planks with a dill rub (from Smoke & Fire) that really turned out great. I also like salmon just about any way it is fixed, smoked or grilled, it is all good. However, my family thinks fish is the food of last resort, and that includes vegan dishes.
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Here is a dry cure method of doing smoked salmon. Wayne I add more dill. This recipe was writen with the mass in mind so we grilled it but I always smoke at lower temps and put on more smoke.

Cardogs’ Smoked Salmon

3 lb. filet of salmon - boned (preferably Sockeye or King)

Dry rub:

1 C light brown or turbinado sugar

1 C non-iodized salt

3 T granulated garlic

3 T granulated onion

1 T dill weed

1 T summer savory

2 t tarragon



Finishing rub:

¼ C light brown or turbinado sugar

1 T granulated garlic

1 T granulated onion

1 t summer savory

1 t tarragon



Buy a fresh salmon filet, sockeye or king if available. Bone the filet using
tweezers or needle nose pliers. Do not remove the skin. Place in a glass or
stainless steel pan.



Mix all ingredients and pack on the flesh side of the filet. Let the filet rest
for 2 to 3 hours in fridg. Rinse the filet in cool clean water to remove the
dry rub and pat dry. Allow to dry for about 30 minutes, until the flesh becomes
tacky.

Heat a BBQ grill to medium to medium-high. Sprinkle finishing rub on the filet
(twice what you would use as if you were heavy salt and peppering). Cook with
the lid closed to 145 to155ºF measured in the center of the thickest part filet.



If you want it smokier then smoke at 225 to 250º until it reaches the desired

Finish temp



We recommend using a wood to produce smoke while cooking. On a charcoal grill,
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in a pouch made of aluminum foil. Poke holes in the top of the pouch and place
it on the hottest spot under the grill. Alder is our wood of choice, but
fruitwoods are a wonderful substitute.
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The friends brought another salmon when they came, so I made a wet rub with a box of canning salt, pickle juice, lemon juice, and a cup of pure maple syrup. I'll give it an hour, wash it and throw it in the smoke with the other. Yum.
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Dangit!!!!!! The NU Temp got stuck on a temp and I overcooked the salmon. Must be due for a battery change.
the portobello mushrooms turned out okay, but a little too smokey.
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HUMMMM....Fish and Sex, wonder why?
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HUMMMM....Fish and Sex, wonder why?
overcooked salmon will not makepeople forget about sex when your dill smoked salmon is mentioned.

I rest my case.
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