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  • n. edible salmon that is cured by smoking.

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  • n. salmon cured by smoking


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  • After smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, followed by ham-and-potato cakes with chutney, Qwilleran returned to Four Pips to dress for his visit with the widows.

    The Cat Who Came To Breakfast

  • Pastrami smoked salmon and jumbo shrimps on Russian salad

    The Italian Summer

  • Candles and candelabra in the halls, liveried waiters offering champagne in cut glass crystal, or smoked salmon and caviar from silver trays and tureens.

    Noble House

  • They had Bernkasteler Doktor with the smoked salmon and it was so good they went on drinking it with the partridge.

    Killer Dolphin

  • He had been wildly extravagant and had bought all the things he himself liked best: smoked salmon with caviare folded inside, cold partridge and the ingredients for two kinds of salad.

    Killer Dolphin

  • The two women were served a silver tiered tray of tiny sandwiches with the crusts removed, cucumber and smoked salmon and dill, and sugarsprinkled scones with fresh clotted cream and strawberry jam, and on the top, tiny little tea cakes topped with sugared violets.



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