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    Nothing here but shrugged shoulders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unfiltered View Post
    What say you, Jo? Yums?
    I used lime, extra virgin, a bit of kosher salt, celery seeds, pepper, hot sauce, a bit of soy sauce and some fresh cilantro for the marinade. Used half on the fish, saved the other half for serving. Then sliced some grapefruit and got a few sprigs of dill and layered those on the fish in the basket. Like I said before, my basket allows for the fish to sit a few inches above the grill surface - awesome. Cooked it skin-side down for a few minutes, then flipped it to the flesh side for about a minute or so. The fish slid right off the skin, and the skin was super crispy, like what you'd get in a salmon skin salad at a sushi joint. My brother ate it all in like, 2 bites. LOL. Took the other half of the marinade and added chopped scallions and some honey to it, spooned that over the cooked fish when serving. Yeah. Y'all can HAVE your Chef Paul crap, fresh is THE way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ketel&tonic View Post
    I used lime, extra virgin, a bit of kosher salt, celery seeds, pepper, hot sauce, a bit of soy sauce and some fresh cilantro for the marinade. Used half on the fish, saved the other half for serving. Then sliced some grapefruit and got a few sprigs of dill and layered those on the fish in the basket. Like I said before, my basket allows for the fish to sit a few inches above the grill surface - awesome. Cooked it skin-side down for a few minutes, then flipped it to the flesh side for about a minute or so. The fish slid right off the skin, and the skin was super crispy, like what you'd get in a salmon skin salad at a sushi joint. My brother ate it all in like, 2 bites. LOL. Took the other half of the marinade and added chopped scallions and some honey to it, spooned that over the cooked fish when serving. Yeah. Y'all can HAVE your Chef Paul crap, fresh is THE way to go.
    What hot sauce do you like to use?

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    I used some Red Rooster sauce that I five-finger discounted from a Roscoe's on a drunken impulse one night. Heh.

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    Sashimi that ****! Dont cook it!
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    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!



    until Wednesday when prices may change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!
    copper river salmon now on sale at Albertson's for $7.99/lb!!!!!!!!!!!!



    until Wednesday when prices may change.

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    $12.99 per lbs. at the local Albertson's today...I am not buying it there!

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    Had a filet today.

    All I did was use enough olive oil so that it wouldn't stick, then I threw it in a hot pan and fried that sucker up for about 5 minutes. Goddamn I love salmon.

    Had it with pan-fried potatoes and steamed green beans.


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    I finally had some show up locally so I got a filet on sale for 9.99 lb. at Von's. One side of a fish was under $15, had a beautiful brick red color and not a bone in it. Smothered it with olive oil and Chef Paul's Salmon Magic and it was INCREDIBLE! Oh yeah, used soaked chips for smoke which added to the flavor.

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