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    Default Salmon and twice smoked taters

    Fired up another Salmon yesterday. No honey or OJ this time. Marinaded for 5 hours in frig in a combo of olive oil, balsalmic vinegar, Daddy Hinkles, Italian dressing, and spices. 2nd best Salmon I've ever tasted. Did a couple of twice smoked taters too. Absolutely the best tater ever. Love the smoke flavor.





    First time smoking Salmon directly on the grate. I was afraid it would crumble and fall thru, but it didn't.
    Last edited by cabinetmaker; 07-20-2008 at 03:13 PM.

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    Love those taters and salmon! Everything looks great!

    So far, I always smoke salmon directly on the grate. No problems with it falling through, yet. (Jinxed myself, now.) How big was that fillet, and how long did you cook it?
    Rob - TX Sandman
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    Salmon was a wild caught pacific. Weighed 24 ounces. cooked 90 minutes to 156 degrees. I've always been afraid it would dry out when not in some kinda liquid. Not!

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    Great lookin stuff. Where are you finding wild salmon?

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    Salmon is my favorite fish! Pics look great!

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    I plank salmon all the time so never have to worry about falling apart. The moist plank also helps the drying.

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    We ttied the plank deal once and didn't really see anything special about it. Did we do something wrong? Also @ about $3 per plank didn't see any improvements that mae it qorth the xtra $. Could a man not just use a shake shingle just as well?

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    Wow, that's looks great. Need to try that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    We ttied the plank deal once and didn't really see anything special about it. Did we do something wrong? Also @ about $3 per plank didn't see any improvements that mae it qorth the xtra $. Could a man not just use a shake shingle just as well?
    Gotta wonder about whether it may have been treated in some way for mold , insects , ect. I know cedar is naturally resistant of these things , but worth checking the box first
    Phil


    "What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms." --Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith, 1787

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    I'd think twice on the shake or wood shingles. Most of them today are treated with a fire retardant.

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