Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 10-04-2005, 06:10 PM
Louis Cohen
 
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99 Ranch not far from here has live, farmed sturgeon, something like
$4/lb. Has anyone every smoked one?

I'll give it try with regular hot-smoking technique and see how it
turns out. I might even try cold smoking, with a hotplate in the
bottom of the Kamado.


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Old 13-04-2005, 07:21 AM
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Louis, I wrote a reply to your post yesterday, and it died somewhere in the
internet.

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99 Ranch not far from here has live, farmed sturgeon, something like
$4/lb. Has anyone every smoked one?

I'll give it try with regular hot-smoking technique and see how it
turns out. I might even try cold smoking, with a hotplate in the
bottom of the Kamado.



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Old 13-04-2005, 04:58 PM
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Louis Cohen wrote:
99 Ranch not far from here has live, farmed sturgeon, something like
$4/lb. Has anyone every smoked one?

I'll give it try with regular hot-smoking technique and see how it
turns out. I might even try cold smoking, with a hotplate in the
bottom of the Kamado.



My brother caught a sturgeon when I was a kid. My Dad had it cold
smoked at a local Icelandic place and it came out just as good as
salmon.

Cam

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Louis Cohen wrote:
99 Ranch not far from here has live, farmed sturgeon, something like
$4/lb. Has anyone every smoked one?

I'll give it try with regular hot-smoking technique and see how it
turns out. I might even try cold smoking, with a hotplate in the
bottom of the Kamado.



My brother caught a sturgeon when I was a kid. My Dad had it cold
smoked at a local Icelandic place and it came out just as good as
salmon.

Cam


--Bought some at a roadside stand in the Florida Keys in about '59-'60.
Possibly the best smoked fish I ever et. Cold smoked it was. Never had any
since. They were still catching them in some of Florida's rivers back then.
They are making a slow comeback now.
Next best all time smoked fish is mullet. Hot smoked.
James A. "Big Jim" Whitten

www.lazyq.com


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My brother caught a sturgeon when I was a kid. My Dad had it cold
smoked at a local Icelandic place and it came out just as good as
salmon.


--Bought some at a roadside stand in the Florida Keys in about '59-'60.
Possibly the best smoked fish I ever et. Cold smoked it was. Never had any
since. They were still catching them in some of Florida's rivers back then.
They are making a slow comeback now.
Next best all time smoked fish is mullet. Hot smoked.


I'm partial to hot smoked bluefish, myself. I think the real answer is
"smokem if you gottem":-)

Matthew

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