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Old 01-10-2012, 01:13 AM   #11
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Hot smoked salmon fish cakes are the way to go.
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:19 AM   #12
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WhiskAdoodle, you can use smoked salmon in a fettucinni alfredo. In the summer I have used it in cold rice or pasta salads.
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:10 AM   #13
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When I would visit my friends in Kodiak, Alaska, they smoked their wild salmon that they caught during the salmon run. They started the smoking early in the morning before the bears were up and kept an eye on it all day. Then when it was done, they hung it high in the trees to dry out of reach of the bears. They would smoke enough to last them all winter. I was fortunate enough that they gave me some to bring home.
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When I would visit my friends in Kodiak, Alaska, they smoked their wild salmon that they caught during the salmon run. They started the smoking early in the morning before the bears were up and kept an eye on it all day. Then when it was done, they hung it high in the trees to dry out of reach of the bears. They would smoke enough to last them all winter. I was fortunate enough that they gave me some to bring home.
That's the perfect idea! Bear Bait!

I love smoked salmon, I make Salmon Salad with Capers, Mayo, Lemon juice and Dill. Usually to top crackers or a cold pasta.
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Don't tease the taxlady by talking about smoked salmon when you mean hot smoked salmon. Hot smoked is cooked. Pft, phooey
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Old 01-10-2012, 07:41 AM   #16
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That's the perfect idea! Bear Bait!

I love smoked salmon, I make Salmon Salad with Capers, Mayo, Lemon juice and Dill. Usually to top crackers or a cold pasta.
Okay. I can see it coming. Another day of uncontrolled laughter.
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Okay. I can see it coming. Another day of uncontrolled laughter.
Alas, I must go spread joy and laughter at work today. They are expecting me, don't know why...
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Alas, I must go spread joy and laughter at work today. They are expecting me, don't know why...
Because of your sweet nature.
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Thanks Friar and Somebunny for the ideas that I actually can use. I am lucky to have 2 unopened portions that were not served during the holidays. They have a reasonable outdate, and may be a treat during the superbowl. Still, I would like to serve them in a different way.
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Alas, I must go spread joy and laughter at work today. They are expecting me, don't know why...
For some reason, I picture you in a purple "fairy dress" with a magic wand that sprinkles joy and laughter with every wave...
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