I'm thinking of roasting some salmon for a dinner next week. For fewer guests, I'd use wild Alaskan/Pacific (e.g., King) but for 6 people...well, ka-ching! The local fish shop also has salmon from Ireland, labelled as organic/sustainably farmed. More costly than Atlantic farmed (which I don't want to use), but significantly less than King. So, question: has anyone had this Irish salmon? Understanding wild Alaskan would be better, but is this one still tasty?
amysarah is a trusted home cook.asked over 3 years ago
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