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This link is to a column by a food writer for the Juneau Empire. Her
restaurant food is well regarded in Juneau. She describes the salmon
spread she created for taking to impromptu picnics and potlucks. The
recipe sounds lighter than the one I've posted in the past, and I
would omit the walnuts but that's just MHO. Salmon fishing is good so
far this season in Alaska. -aem

http://juneauempire.com/stories/0620...52995219.shtml

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aem wrote:
This link is to a column by a food writer for the Juneau Empire. Her
restaurant food is well regarded in Juneau. She describes the salmon
spread she created for taking to impromptu picnics and potlucks. The
recipe sounds lighter than the one I've posted in the past, and I
would omit the walnuts but that's just MHO. Salmon fishing is good so
far this season in Alaska. -aem

http://juneauempire.com/stories/0620...52995219.shtml



That sounds delicious. We almost always have smoked salmon at home.
The Costcos here carry a locally smoked salmon that's wonderful.
(My grandson announced, when he was about 3 and I served it to guests
while he was visiting, "Grandma, that's my FAVORITE meat!")

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gloria.p wrote:
aem wrote:
This link is to a column by a food writer for the Juneau Empire. Her
restaurant food is well regarded in Juneau. She describes the salmon
spread she created for taking to impromptu picnics and potlucks. The
recipe sounds lighter than the one I've posted in the past, and I
would omit the walnuts but that's just MHO. Salmon fishing is good so
far this season in Alaska. -aem

http://juneauempire.com/stories/0620...52995219.shtml



That sounds delicious. We almost always have smoked salmon at home.
The Costcos here carry a locally smoked salmon that's wonderful.
(My grandson announced, when he was about 3 and I served it to guests
while he was visiting, "Grandma, that's my FAVORITE meat!")

gloria p


One dumb question .

What exactly is "Louisiana-style hot sauce " ?

However, the recipe looks delightful and very cost effective per serve .

I am a bit of a smoked salmon junkie .
Thanks for posting the link another keeper .
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One dumb question .

What exactly is "Louisiana-style hot sauce " ?


The generic name for Tobasco.
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Mark Thorson wrote:
Phil-c wrote:
One dumb question .

What exactly is "Louisiana-style hot sauce " ?


The generic name for Tobasco.

Thanks mark

Damn Idiom


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On Thu, 25 Jun 2009 07:28:40 +0800, Phil-c wrote:

Mark Thorson wrote:
Phil-c wrote:
One dumb question .

What exactly is "Louisiana-style hot sauce " ?


The generic name for Tobasco.

Thanks mark

Damn Idiom


just be aware there are many brands of louisiana-style hot sauce and
considerable differences in how they taste. tabasco is probably the most
popular (and possibly easiest to find in australia?).

if you google ["louisiana-style hot sauce" reviews], you'll turn up
hundreds of brands.

your pal,
blake


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