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Old 02-18-2017, 11:33 AM
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Default Seafood Poke

Week before last we tried a Poke from Feb. 2017 BA which used fluke, but we subbed hogfish. Then this past week we tried a Shrimp Poke. These were our introduction to Poke. We will be trying more!

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BTW, the pink stuff is pickled radish, not ginger.
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That looks good. I'll have to try it with salmon.
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That looks good. I'll have to try it with salmon.
In that same BA there is a salmon poke recipe. We just don't like salmon unless it is nova, lox or gravlax. We once made a cheese cake with smoked salmon.

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I love salmon in any form from eggs to lox.

Smoked salmon cheesecake is one I'd not heard of.
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I love salmon in any form from eggs to lox.

Smoked salmon cheesecake is one I'd not heard of.
It was a great savory cheesecake. I had fun looking at the expressions on some co-workers faces when they tried it. I just told them it was cheesecake.
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