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    @ Joshua1970, thank you for grav locks recipe! i love to eat this but for some reason have never attempted it yet!


    thank you to everybody for awesome responses, I will be trying them all.

    @ lumo, all types of fishermen are welcome. The company i will be workong with offers adfordable trips, access to boats, the option to do thd fishing without guides for lower cost. Honestly it is the cheapest option for an Alaska trip. And the NakNek was recently named in the top three rainbow trout rivers in Alaska! Salmon populations are outrageous. AND tons o grizzlies

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    A stove top smoker would earn it's keep in a camp kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    A stove top smoker would earn it's keep in a camp kitchen.
    Stovetop smoker you say? Never heard of such-like....
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Not a gourmet item but will produce good smoked fish or shrimp quickly and easily. Similar cooking environment (moist, trapped air) to papillote.

    http://www.cameronsproducts.com/stovetop-smoker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    Not a gourmet item but will produce good smoked fish or shrimp quickly and easily. Similar cooking environment (moist, trapped air) to papillote.

    http://www.cameronsproducts.com/stovetop-smoker.

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    Interesting....is this different from using a stainless steel skillet with the lid on?
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    Craig - who is the Philly fish supplier?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    Interesting....is this different from using a stainless steel skillet with the lid on?
    As a physics problem it should be the same. In reality, don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    As a physics problem it should be the same. In reality, don't know.
    Tx! Im intrigued by this...been looking for acway ti smoke food in my kitchen for a while now.
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    I used to marinate in miso and maple syrup before smoking.
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    My basic recipe for salmon is this:

    -Wash the fillet with cold water and pat dry with a paper towel
    -Salt and pepper both sides and set the fillet on top of a long piece of aluminum foil
    -Top the fillet with lemon slices and lightly salt again
    -Top the lemon slices with chopped green onion (or a large white onion if that is all you have)
    -Lightly salt again
    -Fold the aluminum over on itself and fold over the edges making a "boat"
    -Bake @350 for 1 hour and 15 minutes (the wonderful smell will tell you when it's done)

    This recipe can be easily used in your camp if you have a dutch oven or improvise a little.

    A salmon fishing trip sounds like a lot of fun! Enjoy!

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