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Salmon Tailgate

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January means two things for most people: healthy eating kicks and playoff football.
In the Pacific Northwest, we are lucky enough to have easy access to a bounty of salmon to satisfy our craving for healthy protein AND we have our hometown team playing for their second straight Super Bowl appearance.

Traditionally, football tailgates involve large quantities of greasy, fatty food that don’t quite fall into most folks idea of a “healthy” diet, and may or may not make you fall asleep before the game starts. So, if you want to keep your tailgate grill running and do so a little bit healthier, don’t grill bratwurst this Sunday, grill salmon!

Besides simply grilling fillets with seasonings and lemon, here are some game day ideas using our favorite food from the ocean, while still falling into the “tailgate food” category:
Salmon sliders
Salmon burgers
Smoked salmon chowder
Smoked salmon dip
Salmon pastrami
Smoked Salmon carbonara
Smoked Salmon omelet (it is Noon kickoff)

E&E Salmon Tip: You love smoked salmon and want to do it at home, but don’t own a smoker? No problem.
There is an easy way to smoke your own fish at home, all you need is a charcoal Weber grill. Heat up 7-10 coals on one side of the grill, and put the salmon on the opposite side on top of the grate. Sprinkle your soaked chips on the hot coals evenly and add one coal every 10 minutes for an hour or until the salmon chunks have the smoked glaze you desire.
Brine overnight prior to smoking buried in a dry mixture of 3 parts brown sugar and 1 part sea salt with a few crushed garlic cloves mixed in. Rinse and dry off for an hour before smoking.
Enjoy!
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Fish Wheel: Churning up some history

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My recent viewing of a nicely... My recent viewing of a nicely made fish wheel model brought up the opportunity to reflect on the beauty of simplicity and natural mechanics. Europeans who came over for... Europeans who came over for the gold rush took note of the effectiveness of a wheel placed in the right spot on the river. The fish wheel is still used c... The fish wheel is still used commercially on the Yukon river today; but in a much more controlled, sustainable manner.
The natives have used various versions of the fish wheel for a very long time; allowing them to ensure enough food was caught for the village for the winter and to keep the sled dogs fed as well. At first glance the fish wheel doesn't seem overly impressive, just an awkward looking contraption of wood and netting. The fish wheel is designed to churn naturally with the river's current, dipping into the water, scooping fish, and sliding them gently out and off to the holding area as it comes out of the water.

By the 1890's the fish wheel method of catch was being widely employed on the Columbia river and by the mid 1920's had exhausted or collapsed fish populations in certain areas. While commercial fishing uses have been banned or drastically reduced, modern day conservationists have recognized the fish wheel for it's ability to allow them to capture fish, examine and tag them, and release them back into the river unharmed.

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E & E Annual Holiday Party

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Randy and Tab Randy and Tab Randy entertaining guests at th... Randy entertaining guests at the party Ken and Marv Ken and Marv Todd giving the party a rating Todd giving the party a rating Koski Family Koski Family E & E Annual Holiday Party E & E Annual Holiday Party E & E Annual Holiday Party E & E Annual Holiday Party Tracy and Dom Tracy and Dom Many of our set net fishermen Many of our set net fishermen Some of our drift net fishermen Some of our drift net fishermen Ken Ng, John Sund, and Sam C... Ken Ng, John Sund, and Sam Cotton-Acting Commisioner of Alaska Fish and Game
Every year E & E hosts a holiday party to celebrate the year's successes with our Alaska Fleet of Fisherman.

The event was (well) attended by over 100 people!

Fun was had by all!

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E & E Thanksgiving

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This year's employee potluck was a huge success!

Everyone put forth a massive effort and their best cooking skills to present a lovely feast which was enjoyed by all.




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Yakutat Net Coho

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The pictures in this post are of refreshed Yakutat Net Coho.

Sizing represented is:
02/04
04/06
06/09


Please contact your E & E Sales Team Member for any and all queries.

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SeaShare Luncheon!

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E & E welcomes guest, Jim Harmon, to present information about his organization, SeaShare and to share lunch with the E & E team.

SeaShare is the only organization that focuses on seafood, and the seafood industry, as a source of nutrition for hunger-relief. They bring the resources of the Northwest fishing industry to help fight hunger in Western Washington and through food banks across the country.

For more information about SeaShare or to donate, visit their website: http://www.seashare.org/


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Yakutat Troll Coho available now!

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Frozen H/G in a tote Frozen H/G in a tote Excellent freshness! Excellent freshness! Beautiful brite skin color Beautiful brite skin color Trim B and Backbone Trim B and Backbone Trim D fillet with frozen H&G ... Trim D fillet with frozen H&G 4/6 Lb-excellent finished product This meat color is better than... This meat color is better than CH6
The pictures in this post represent both frozen and refreshed Yakutat Troll Coho-both available from your
E & E Sales Team member.

The quality of this product is outstanding.

Sizes represented in these photos are 2/4, 4/6, and 6/9.

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The E & E Team Celebrates Halloween!

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Scary pumpkin takes center st... Scary pumpkin takes center stage! From L to R: Kenny Luu, Jos... From L to R: Kenny Luu, Josh Watts, Don Gallup, Ted McDermott Lots of takers at the potluck li... Lots of takers at the potluck line! From L to R: Nora Capron, an... From L to R: Nora Capron, and Tiffany Kennedy-Genta Tamura in the background
In honor of Halloween, the E & E and Seattle Shrimp and Seafood team gather to share food and the occasional funny 1980's themed costume...
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Dukes Wine and Seafood Event

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From L to R: successful seafo... From L to R: successful seafood entrepreneurs, Duke Moscrip, Randy Patrick, and Tab Goto The evening's menu included ... The evening's menu included an array of delicious seafood, and wine.
The E & E Team enjoyed a night out celebrating at Duke's Chowder House Sustainable Seafood and Wine tasting event-with our very own Yakutat coho being one of the featured dinner items.
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Fisherman's Fall Festival 2014

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E & E donates to the celebrati... E & E donates to the celebration of the Fisherman's Fall Festival Salmon Fillet Challenge Seattle Fishermen's Memorial... Seattle Fishermen's Memorial Monument with a Coastguard helicopter performing a demonstration of lowering a rescue diver to the water. The event was enjoyed by chil... The event was enjoyed by children of all ages!
The Festival celebrates the return of the North Pacific fishing fleet.
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