Re: Meanwhile, back on the smoker



In article <eumozp912c9c$.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxx>, swertz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
says...
On Fri, 30 Nov 2007 11:09:33 -0800, Bill Riel wrote:

Of course, the sockeye is a thicker piece of fish, so that might explain
it a bit.

All the sockeye I've been seeing is thinner than the pink
Atlantic.

Well, I'm talking wild pacific salmon here. We get atlantic, but it's
all farmed and I'm not terribly interested in that.

In any case, that was just the size of these particular filets...

Smoked steelhead still beats them all, IMO. I've had my best
results there.

And never try smoking tilapia <laugh>.

Heh, yeah that's one I don't see every day.

--
Bill
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