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  Categories: Soups/stews, Seafood, Ethnic
       Yield: 6 servings
       2 lb Fresh or frozen salmon
   1 1/4 tb Salt
     1/2 ts Pepper
       2    Bay leaves
       6    Whole allspice
       4 md Potatoes
       2 md Carrots
       3 sm Onions, divided
       1 c  Red cabbage, sliced
       1    Handful fresh celery leaves,
       5 sl Bacon
   1 1/2 tb Butter
       1 c  Celery, diced fine
     1/2    Green bell pepper, diced
       1    6 1/2 oz can minced clams
       1 qt Water
       1    6 1/2 oz can shrimp (small
            -or broken)
     1/2 cn Pimento, chopped fine
       1 c  Chopped fresh mushrooms
     1/2 ts Rosemary leaves
     1/2 ts Ground cumin
     1/4 ts Ground thyme
     1/4 ts Ground oregano
       4    Crushed chili tepins (a hot
            -dried pepper)
       1 qt Milk
       1 tb Butter
   Source: FOODday, June 18, '91 - Reino Koski “Makes a good gallon”
   Note:  This was the Grand Prize Winner in the first of The Oregonian- James
   Beard recipe contests, held in 1975.  The winner’s name was Reino Koski.
   This is a Finnish soup.
   Use any cut salmon or steelhead, leaving skin on.  In 1 quart water, with
   salt and pepper, simmer on low heat in 5- or 6-quart pot.  When skin comes
   off easily, set aside on plate and remove skin and bones.  Cut or break
   into 1- and 2-inch pieces.  In liquid stock, place bay leaves and whole
   allspice.  Add potatoes, cut in 1- or 1 1/2-inch pieces; carrots, cut
   lengthwise and into half circles about 1/4-inch thick; and 2 onions cubed
   coarsely (not chopped fine).  Cook over low heat.  After a short while, add
   red cabbage and celery leaves.  Stir.  Cook until carrots are almost tender
   and potatoes don't disintegrate.
   While this is cooking, dice bacon and cook in fry pan over low heat. Pour
   almost all fat off.  Add butter (or margarine) and diced celery, remaining
   onion (diced fine) and green pepper.  Saute' until onions are yellow and
   peppers are pale green.  Now back to your pot.  Add salmon pieces, (they
   should be not quite cooked).  From now on everything is simmered on low to
   preserve body.  Add clams with broth, shrimp and 1 quart water. Put in
   stuff from fry pan.  Add pimento, mushrooms, rosemary, cumin, thyme,
   oregano and chilies.  Stir in milk a cup at a time. Add butter and let
   whole bit simmer for at least one hour.  Serve with tossed salad and garlic
   bread.  Can be frozen.
   Posted by Valerie Whittle. Courtesy of Fred Peters.