big green egg,
wood fired pizza,
good for you,
By Tweev | 0 comments
Copper River Salmon is in season in the Northwest, but you could use this for any Salmon.
By BBQ Bob | 0 comments
Grilled wild Salmon with a sweet honey glaze
By Marshall | 0 comments
Grilling salmon perfectly isn't easy. You must first catch some salmon, preferably from Alaska (fresh Alaskan salmon is the best, right?), then you must get ready to eat. Heat up the grill (really hot), spray lots of non-stick spray (lots, I said), then put the salmon on skin side up. Cook it that way for two minutes, flip it, slather the fish with sauce, cook it for five more minutes, then slide it off the grill (without the skin) onto your waiting plate and eat it up. Make sure you have lots of nice vegetables and don't make some nasty sauce. Olive oil and butter is a good sauce. Some spices will help too.