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    Quote Originally Posted by Hipcheck View Post
    I actually prefer Halibut to be quite honest but after this I have to say I cant wait to cook it again.
    I am the same way. Halibut > Salmon, although I still enjoy salmon when its prepared to my expectations. I usually prepare it with olive oil, garlic salt, and a ton of cajun seasoning on both sides. Wrap it in foil, put it on the grill and that is some good **** right there ! I noticed that you cooked it on a piece of wood or something? What does that do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hipcheck View Post
    I think they just had that place featured on Bizarre Foods....the smoked fish certainly looked much better the then luskfish.
    That's crazy!! There isn't really "bizarre" food there, but alright... =) I LOVE that place. Russ Kendall passed away a few years back, but the place is still awesome.. He has all these statements from casinos of all this money he won all over the walls. He was an OG big balla'... =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hipcheck View Post




    Hip, allow me to be the umpteenth person to say that this looks KILLER good. Damn! Thanks for sharing.

    btw.... what's the main flavor profile of the rub? Any major herbs or spices you can clearly identify?
    Last edited by OTTo VoN BLoTTo; April 1st, 2008 at 07:16 PM.

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    Salmon Magic™ 7oz.
    $3.00 1 $3.00
    Poultry Magic® 2oz.
    $3.00 2 $6.00
    Barbecue Magic® 5.5oz.
    $3.00 1 $3.00

    Product Total $12.00
    Shipping & Handling $7.98
    Final Total $19.98



    Can't wait to try it. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Thanks Hip! You know I loves me some bbq salmon!!! I am going to try this rub/mix. thanks Hip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    I noticed that you cooked it on a piece of wood or something? What does that do?

    Its a cedar plank, you soak it in water and cook the salmon or whatever meat you choose right on top. Its a one two punch in that the plank gets hot which helps cook the food and the bottom burns and smokes thus adding more flavor to the meat.


    RR- I own all of those seasonings and theyre all great. I always use the Poultry Magic on my thanksgiving bird but it would also be great on Beer Can Chicken. The BBQ magic is very good as well but tends to be a bit spicier then one would expect. Ive never done it but it would be awesome mixed with some good ground beef for burgers and what not.

    As for Salmon Magic-its got a nice balance of dill, garlic, and mustard seed. Hard to describe per se but easily the best rub you could come up with specifically for salmon.

    There are some more pics on my blog BTW.
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    My rubs arrived!! Watch out!!

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    You better get your fix. Prices will probably be going up.

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    I just got a bigass salmon filet at Sam's club for $14. Great texture, nice and thick, beautiful color.

    I usually prepare mine the "white trash" way:

    Preheat the grill to med-high
    Spray some Pam on a piece of foil
    Place the individual Salmon serving on the foil
    Add sliced vidalia onions, fresh parsley, garlic powder, ground pepper, and a squeeze of lemon
    Add teriyaki sauce if I'm in a teriyaki mood that night.
    Fold up the foil packets tight.
    Throw 'em on the grill and reduce heat to medium.
    Cook for 6 mins on each side
    Serve with grilled pineapple and steamed rice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
    I just got a bigass salmon filet at Sam's club for $14. Great texture, nice and thick, beautiful color.

    I usually prepare mine the "white trash" way:

    Preheat the grill to med-high
    Spray some Pam on a piece of foil
    Place the individual Salmon serving on the foil
    Add sliced vidalia onions, fresh parsley, garlic powder, ground pepper, and a squeeze of lemon
    Add teriyaki sauce if I'm in a teriyaki mood that night.
    Fold up the foil packets tight.
    Throw 'em on the grill and reduce heat to medium.
    Cook for 6 mins on each side
    Serve with grilled pineapple and steamed rice.
    damn that sounds good. now Im hungry!
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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