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Old 11-28-2006, 04:09 PM   #1
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My grandpa just mailed me some fresh Alaska Salmon!! Sooo good, I usually like to make it into a dip or something when friends come over, but I might just have to whip out the old George Foreman this time around. The thing is that I'm not a good cook, and I don't think I ever will be.

I KNOW there are some salmon fanatics out there. So... Can you share me some recipes?
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Well, fresh salmon is best just lightly done in a bit of white wine with a dash of lemon juice.

Don't overcook it!

Use seasonings as per your taste. I prefer a light sprinkling of red pepper and garlic powder.

Caveat: I'm not a salmon fanatic, just like it a lot and I'm not a cook, I just like what I like.
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I was thinking about wine, but it'* hard to obtain being that I'm 18 .
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Silverbullet is your grandad...how cool..lol

Seriously. search on willwren and salmon dip. sounded like some good stuff.
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Father, yes, but give me a break on my antiquity.

1/2 cup mayo and 1/8 cup brown sugar with a couple of minced garlic. Mix and spread on salmon. Salt and pepper to taste.
Cover with foil and bake for 25 min @ 350 F. ....mmmmmm...
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1/2 cup mayo and 1/8 cup brown sugar with a couple of minced garlic. Mix and spread on salmon. Salt and pepper to taste.
Cover with foil and bake for 25 min @ 350 F. ....mmmmmm...
Grandpa has spoken!

And made me darn hungry for salmon..
Hey Paul..if I admit you aren't old..what'* my chanced of getting some salmon?
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Hmmmm ..........Boosty, maybe we could make a trade. :P You modify my Gauge pod to fit a 2000 Bonne and some fresh canned Salmon will be passing thru your gastro intestinal system.
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Do a search in the Lounge with me as the author for keyword salmon.
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Let'* talk...gimme some pics of what you need...
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"fresh canned salmon" ???
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