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    I just smoked some crappie fillets which turned out way to salty. However I used them to make this dip and it was terrific!!
    steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Par View Post
    I just smoked some crappie fillets which turned out way to salty. However I used them to make this dip and it was terrific!!
    steve
    Did you brine the crappy? I love trout and crappie straight up. Fillet, wash, smoke with cherry or pecan for 45-minutes at 170-180.

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    Yes I brined, rinsed well and then sprinkled Old Bay on them...just over did it I guess. I'll have to try them straight up or use less.
    steve

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    Default Tuna Dip

    Tried and everyone liked. Thanks

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    Made the dip today. It was great. Everyone loved it. This is a keeper recipe.

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    I am not a fan of can tuna.. so I did your recipe with canned chicken from Costco... and it was a hit at my party!

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    Tried this the other night with canned salmon. Awesome! Thanks!
    Wasn't sure what wood to use, and I don't have any alder, so I used sugar maple.

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    I've made this twice now, and each time it is gone in no time.
    Last edited by EJM; 02-07-2012 at 11:40 AM.

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    Default Love your style!

    I appreciate the fact that you gave your wife a 1400 as an anniversary gift!!!!

    Well done!

    Quote Originally Posted by twobucks View Post
    I just made this recipe last weekend. To put things in perspective, my wife is not a smoked-meat fan. I bought her an ST1400 at the Harrisburg, PA Sportsman Show last year as a Valentine's gift. Now all she does is complain about smoked everything. "I bet you would eat a paper bag if you smoked it." She is probably right.
    Anyway, I made this dip, and she ate the entire batch in a weekend, and then asked for more this weekend.
    Congrats to the forum for offering something that even my wife likes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DReeves View Post
    I appreciate the fact that you gave your wife a 1400 as an anniversary gift!!!!

    Well done!
    After 21-years together you have to get creative to keep that spark going. Nothing says "I love you" on Valentine's day quite like a ST1400.

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