Famous BC Salmon marinade- mild in flavor, does not alterate the meat taste. BBQ (pieces) 4min per side, with skin, flip the meat over the skin. Oil the skin - oil the pan you are marinade (1h) the pieces-apply the marinade with brush.
Use spatula to separate the meat from the skin and flip the meat over.
The baked skins are very tasty and good source of nutrients....
We found that any other marinade-souses change the taste of the fish to extend that makes any fish taste the same,
But this is my opinion, even salt and pepper, lemon are enough on a fresh fish..
Rub with brown sugar, garlic, cajun spice, let sit for 1 hour
Skin side down on BBQ
Lay 3 or 4 strips of partly cooked bacon on top of each fillet
Close BBQ and cook until slightly rare in center
Remove and let rest under foil for 10 minutes
Cut up bacon and serve with fish
The BBQ Pit Boys have scored another hit. Their entire website is loaded with 'em.
You can do this at home or camping....I bet it would be GREAT on a fishout..easy, fan-farkin'-tastic!
Eat up, boys!
The first video is a :60 teaser....the 2nd video is about 10 minutes, and gives detail.
A--- "Thick-cut bacon"
Q---"How do you improve ANYTHING?"
Cover the bird all over...you can double up, too, if you wish.
It keeps moisture in, and also adds a bit of fat and flavor.
Not one bite of this bird was dry.
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Having met a few of you now, I am pleased that there are some single-malt afficionados among you.
I've been to Scotland 4 times, the last being a cruise of the Caledonian Canal starting in Inverness,
and going as far south as we could go--Oban methinks--before heading up the west...
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