May 15th , 2013 12:18 pm Leave a comment

Food-Smoked Seafood

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AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty
Smoked trout is inspected earlier this month at the Ducktrap River company, in Belfast, Maine. Americans are eating a lot more smoked seafood these days. That demand, part of a larger trend of infusing everything from salts and cocktails to nuts and teas with a kiss of smoky flavor, has smoked seafood producers like Maine’s Ducktrap River moving fast to expand production

In this Thursday, May 9, 2013 photo, smoked trout is inspected at the Ducktrap River company, in Belfast, Maine. Americans are eating a lot more smoked seafood than they used to. That demand, part of a larger trend of infusing everything from salts and cocktails to nuts and teas with a kiss of smoky flavor, has smoked seafood producers like Maine’s Ducktrap River moving fast to expand production. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

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