October 23, 2017

Smoked Trout Dip at Tinnell’s!

Alright.  Everyone knows that Tinnell’s Finer Foods has a bunch of great prepared specialty foods.  Think ham biscuits, pimento cheese, cheese slaw, country ham… the list goes on and on.  The popularity of the newest addition to our portfolio, however, has surprised even us!  A few weeks ago our Meat and Deli Manager, Daniel Scott, started making Smoked Trout Dip.  On a Tuesday he made a substantial batch.  Wednesday he made twice that much.  Thursday?  You got it: a quadruple batch.  And by Friday he was making twice that!

Tinnell's Meat & Deli Manager Daniel Scott

Daniel - Tinnell's Meat & Deli Manager

We literally cannot keep this stuff in stock.  During a recent Friday evening wine tasting we sampled some out and, without exception, every single person who tried it bought it (even the folks who didn’t want to try it because they “don’t like smoked trout”)!

It’s really pretty straightforward.  Daniel starts with Duck Trap Smoked Trout.  Duck Trap is fantastic product naturally smoked in Maine using no artificial preservatives or ingredients.  He then adds some lemon, scallions, cream cheese, sour cream, etcetera and the end result is sublime!  In texture, it has a mouthfeel more akin to a mousse than that of a dip.  It is light and refreshing and the trout is prevalent but does not overwhelm.

Do yourself a favor:  the next time you are in Tinnell’s go to the meat counter and ask Daniel for a sample… you will not be disappointed!

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  1. Linda Burger says:

    I was one of those who wasn’t sure whether I was going to like the experience of eating ‘smoked trout’, but I received some from Tinnell’s as a gift, and am now one of its major fans. Adam is right; the texture is so creamy it is similar to a mousse; and the flavor is exactly perfect. Daniel ACED it on this marvelous stuff!

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