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    Default Maple Glazed Salmon

    First of all I'd like to give a huge to SmokyOkie and Glued2IT.
    I had a question on the temps for this Salmon and they were both very helpful by providing me with the answers I was looking for. Top Notch, guys!

    On to the Fish....
    We picked up a 1.6 lb. Salmon Fillet today because Kel had been craving the maple glazed Salmon I had done a few times in the past. Big Thanks to Dutch for the recipe. (I see he's a member here, but MIA)

    Here's the shiny side...

    Here's the good stuff...

    This is the finished product after just about an hour on the mini UDS..Smoked over lump and Alder chips.

    Plated with some Broccoli and cheese along with some Garlic and Olive Oil noodles.

    Here's Dessert...

    I reduced the glaze down a little thicker than I usually do, therefore it didn't spread as nicely as I'd hoped. Live and learn...
    It was a great meal and probably the juiciest Salmon I've ever had. There is a lot to be said about keeping the skin on. Most of the fillets I get from the freezer section (not anymore) usually have the skin removed.
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    Great job. Dinner looks great. Love salmon.
    Jim

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    Gee Brian, from the looks of your portion, It looks like you didn't think it wouuld be very good.

    good job!for the pix

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    nice lookin salmon there, but its them desserts that always catch my eye!!! lol nice job!
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    That looks good Brian!

    What is in the dessert?
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    Quote Originally Posted by californiasmokin View Post
    That looks good Brian!

    What is in the dessert?
    It's a Cherry dump cake with Sprite and a little cinnamon. We decided to do it in the oven as opposed to the DO...it was getting a little chilly out.
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    Looks like a fine meal!

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