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Old 02-18-2015, 07:39 AM   #31
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I could go for some pickled herring right now.
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Old 02-19-2015, 08:59 AM   #32
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When we went to a restaurant after my son Poo's graduation from his second degree in Science, his BIL ordered smoked salmon. After the food came, I explained that the fish was smoked cooked, not with heat of the stove or oven. As far as he was concerned, it was raw and nothing was going to convince him otherwise. I ordered a steak for him. That he knew how to eat. I just should have kept my mouth shut.
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Old 02-19-2015, 09:04 AM   #33
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What they said.

And I once found a packet of smoked salmon chunks on the supermarket fish counter and used it in kedgeree along with the smoked haddock. It worked well.

I used to have recipe for smoked salmon mousse wrapped in strips of smoked salmon (you line the ramekins with the SS before pouring in the mousse). Very fiddly but people seemed to like it as a dinner party first course. Sadly, it seems to have disappeared in the house move.

It's a bit on the shelf though - as an oily fish with all its omega wotsits, salmon is good for you but the smoking of it is supposed to be bad for you. You can't win, so enjoy.
I love smoked Haddock. Only we call it Finnin Haddie. Every time I buy it, it never makes it to my house whole. I keep nibbling on it all the way. There have been times that by the time I get home, it is all gone. The only bad side, Haddock now is too expensive and we never see Finnin Haddie.
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:00 AM   #34
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My favourite way to eat smoked salmon... some nice bread toasted, with some avocado, and some salt and paprika. DELICIOUS! It also works great if you add feta cheese too
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Old 07-16-2016, 10:47 PM   #35
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I am thinking about smoking some salmon, how does one use it in a meal, or is it just something to nibble on?
Hot-smoked salmon might be the most spectacular thing I serve. You can do it with fillets, but best is plunking a whole spatchcocked Alaskan salmon onto the table with smoke still rising from it. It cooks as it smokes, and I serve it when it hits 130F internal. I've seen a table of 6 demolish a large salmon. I use alder, but another mild wood might work as well.

Hot-smoking is much easier and quicker than cold-smoking, but it only keeps for a few days, so you have to finish it quickly, what a shame...
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