red salmon


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red salmon

1. any salmon having reddish flesh, esp the sockeye salmon
2. the flesh of such a fish, esp canned
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With the acquisition of Red Salmon, NPSI's annual seafood production volume will be increased from 45,000M/T to 57,000M/T.
Hearst also offers Iliamna's wild red salmon, caught in Western Alaska.
Wow, John West Red Salmon, large size tin - only RO2.500.
Place 400g of drained red salmon in a large bowl and add three tbsp of low-fat soft cheese, one tbsp of tomato puree, the juice of a lemon and one tbsp of Dijon mustard.
It offers tins and glass jars of red salmon caviar at prices ranging from about 5 dollars to 21 dollars, the New York Daily News reports.
Toward this end, researchers at Louisiana State University developed a microencapsulated salmon oil powder from purified red salmon oil.
Bumble Bee Wild Alaska Sockeye Red Salmon simply says "contains 1.0 g Omega-3 fatty acids per serving." Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon labels say "heart healthy omega-3s." That's a "structure-or-function" claim that requires no approval because it doesn't mention a disease.
Sandwiches of red salmon, cheese and ham carved from the bone were followed by rock cakes, raspberry buns and fruitcake, jam covered squares sprinkled with coconut, and little fairy cakes for the children.
Talking of grub, our supermarket shopping bill is always skyhigh as Teresa gets tit-bits and the like for the dogs who aren't eating up - plenty of tins of red salmon!
Babic uses his boat now to fish for red salmon; but the salmon prices have plummeted, and so he watches the halibut fishers and their haul jealously.
In recent years, prices have crashed: In 1988 red salmon went for $2.89 a pound; this year the fishermen are looking at 45 cents a pound.