Lyall has certainly outdone himself here. This is more of a story about food than a specific recipe – complete with a haiku. We can all seek to emulate.
Lyall has provided this recipe – I presume he is not talking about fly tackle when we uses the term ‘Sage’, though he can’t help himself but to slip the logo in :). Some introductory notes to entice you to read further are below, full recipe here; Smoked_Trout_Horseradish_Dip_with_Dill_and_Sage
This is another version of smoked trout dip taken from 101 Trout Recipes. The wasabi-style horseradish should be added teaspoon by teaspoon so that smoke does not come out of your ears after you have added too much!!! You may wish to add powdered Cajun seasoning to complement the horseradish zing.
Lyall visited Peter and Karen Cottrell at the Eucumbene Trout Farm a couple of weeks ago. He hadn’t realised that they have a fantastic family style restaurant there which specialises in trout dishes and can be paired with excellent wines if that is what you like. Peter was kind enough to send Lyall their Smoked Trout Pizza recipe so he thought he should share it with our friends in Canberra Anglers’ Association.
A little while ago Charlie sourced a cookbook developed by Lachlan Catchment Management Authority (now Local Land Services).
CRFA have recently been taking an interest in carp on their Facebook page. They have posted a link to a great page which includes a video tutorial on filleting and cooking carp. An excellent supplement to the cookbook.
Our favourite carp fisherman, Charlie, has been in conversation with South East Local Land Services and they’ve provided this collection.
Submitted by Greg S.
Lyall found this in his newly acquired book by the Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans
as enjoyed on his annual Tumut outing. CAA encourages members to be responsible in their use of alcohol – especially when driving or fly fishing.
after being enjoyed on a number of New Zealand trips, finally Ian has been prepared to share his secret
submitted by Jason M after the 2015 Tuross outing