Smoked Trout Roe
The (he)roe of your appetizer spread.
Each jar of applewood smoked roe comes from the Columbia River in Washington. These delicate, sweet, and briny gems almost taste like smoked salmon in caviar form: They are delightful on blinis and bruschetta, but you could also use them to finish off your salad for easy elegance.
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