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I magically turned this:
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into this:
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Looks great Mike !!


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Dumbledore would approve! (As do I.)


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What time do we eat!


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Looks awesome. Going to BC in August to visit the grandkids. Gotta make sure I put enough cushion in the budget to bring back some salmon candy - a lot.

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Looks good... what is it? Smoked salmon?


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Yes. Smoked salmon. It turned out great.

1 C salt
2 C sugar
1 Gal H2O
90 minutes brine.
Kudos to Sitka deer.


Form pellicle and smoke to preference. I used the Big Chief.

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That does look good for sure.
What type wood did you use?

Oh and how long in the brine?

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Were those fresh pinks or some you had left over from last year?


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Looks killer!


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Originally Posted by pullit
That does look good for sure.
What type wood did you use?

Oh and how long in the brine?
90 minutes.
(Edited the post above)

I had always struggled with brine concentration vs time until artsy gave me the “secret”.


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Originally Posted by 358Norma_fan
Were those fresh pinks or some you had left over from last year?
2021 sockeyes, Steve.


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Originally Posted by ironbender
Originally Posted by 358Norma_fan
Were those fresh pinks or some you had left over from last year?
2021 sockeyes, Steve.
Now you gave him another reason to giggle!

That fish looks perfect!


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Kinda is! Thanks again.


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Damn that does look exceptional


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What kind of wood did you use?


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I use alder. Just the chips/chunks in a bag.


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Looks perfect. Good job. Reminds me I need to start chasing.


Yup.

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