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Keep It Simply Salmon

If you want to try one of our favorite ways to prepare the Salmon, this Carpaccio recipe is at the top of the list. When you cut a filet into bite size strips and dress with lemon, salt, capers, some chopped red onion, and nothing else you can truly appreciate how delicious this fish is. 

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Special Menu for Wine Club Dinner

People who have a deep respect for food and wine often understand that allowing the best quality ingredients to shine is a simple and powerful approach. The culinary minds at Enoteca La Storia have done a brilliant job of showcasing the clean, rich flavor of our King Salmon in an entree they have prepared for their next Wine Pairing Dinner they have named "A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN: Salmon (Sustainable), Porcini and Pinot – Ooh, Mommy that’s Umami!" The creamy Porcini Risotto is the perfect canvas to carry the seared filet, and the magic that happens when you add a sip of Pinot is better left to Joe Cannistraci to explain.

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Alder Wood Smoked King Salmon Dip

A good Salmon Dip with crackers has never been known to last long at a party. It's just too delicious. When you make this Smoked Salmon Dip using our Mt. Cook Alpine Alder wood Smoked Salmon, it is going to go fast. Really fast. 

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Out of this World Smoked Salmon at Venus Spirits Cocktails and Spirits

The clean tasting King Salmon from Mt. Cook becomes a delicious delicacy when smoke it. We recently photographed our Salmon at Venus Spirits Cocktails and Spirits on the Westside of Santa Cruz. Their presentation is beautiful and the rich wasabi cream is a wonderful complement to the smoky salmon.

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Perfect for Parties: Smoked Salmon Boards

If you are hosting a party this holiday season, and you want to serve something that is easy, delicious and fun, then one of our Smoked Salmon Sides is a great choice. Simply place the entire side on a cutting board. It may break into sections, but no worries: it's not going to last long anyways. Next, add pickled onions, creme fraiche, capers, and green onions, an garnish with chives, dill and lemon and you have happy eating just waiting to happen. 

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