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    Never had smoked turkey. My buddy has a Traeger so I'm gonna suggest we smoke a turkey soon after reading all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Never had smoked turkey. My buddy has a Traeger so I'm gonna suggest we smoke a turkey soon after reading all this.
    Quick buy one while theyíre super cheap.


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    Chicken wings and home made pizzas.

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    Hosted Christmas Eve this year. Yes, had to do the seven fishes dinner. The smoker frees up a lot of oven space. Simple one here, pacific salmon (harder to get on the east coast than you think) marinaded in soy, fresh ginger and brown sugar for 15 hours. IMG_1240.jpgIMG_1248.jpg


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    Smoking Meat -- Tips, Opinions, Recipes

    5 hour smoke on an Oklahoma Joe offset with gasket and basket mods.

    Off on the side there is tomato paste and garlic for a roasted pepper sauce I make. You only smoke those for 30 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphyfish View Post
    Hosted Christmas Eve this year. Yes, had to do the seven fishes dinner. The smoker frees up a lot of oven space. Simple one here, pacific salmon (harder to get on the east coast than you think) marinaded in soy, fresh ginger and brown sugar for 15 hours. IMG_1240.jpgIMG_1248.jpg


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    Looks great...why not Atlantic salmon, which is plentiful on the east coast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Looks great...why not Atlantic salmon, which is plentiful on the east coast?
    Thank you. Atlantic salmon here is farm raised. Different fat content and texture. Iím not against farm raised, but in my opinion, wild caught smokes better. Itís really just a personal preference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Looks great...why not Atlantic salmon, which is plentiful on the east coast?
    Quote Originally Posted by Murphyfish View Post
    Thank you. Atlantic salmon here is farm raised. Different fat content and texture. Iím not against farm raised, but in my opinion, wild caught smokes better. Itís really just a personal preference.
    No comparison to Pacific salmon, IMO. I've never smoked a single Atlantic salmon that I've been as impressed with as Pacific in regards to flavor. But Pacific here is $$$$$$$$$$$$$.
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    Iíve had wild Atlantic salmon in Iceland...itís fantastic...but I agree with farm raised salmon, or any fish for that matter...I never buy it. Isnít wild Atlantic salmon available from Nova Scotia or anywhere in the northeast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    I’ve had wild Atlantic salmon in Iceland...it’s fantastic...but I agree with farm raised salmon, or any fish for that matter...I never buy it. Isn’t wild Atlantic salmon available from Nova Scotia or anywhere in the northeast?
    I believe it's illegal to harvest Wild Atlantic Salmon because it's endangered. Atlantic salmon for sale commercially is all farm raised.
    A bright spot is salmon from the Faroe Islands - it's noticeably different from other farm raised Atlantic salmon - it's color and fat content is closer to wild caught Pacific salmon, but not all the way there.
    Still, it's pretty tasty when you can find it

    Edit: Yep - it is. I cribbed this from an online article from the NY Times: Most farm-raised salmon is Atlantic salmon — the only species of salmon living in the Atlantic ocean — and, because in the wild it is an endangered species, fishing for it is prohibited almost everywhere (certainly in the U.S.) and almost all Atlantic salmon sold in stores is farm-raised. There is no virtually no wild Atlantic salmon for sale
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