Medallion Smoked Salmon

Kim Dormar at the Market in CharlottetownEvery Saturday morning Oliver and I go to the Charlottetown Farmer’s Market. We’ve developed a regular routine: first we go to Kim Dormaar’s stand and order up two bagels with smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, dill and lemon (no onions). Then we head over the Karin LaRonde’s stand for an iced tea (see here) and, in recent weeks, a tasty “double chocolate and ginger” cookie.

We learned from Kim this week that he’s found a solution to the draconian food exporting regulations that the U.S. passed after 911: he’s got a warehouse in Maine. As a result, Americans can order Kim’s Medallion Smoked Salmon products for quick U.S. delivery without all the costs and time required to get individual orders across the border.

As Oliver and I can attest, Kim makes an excellent product, and if you’ve got a hankering for smoked salmon, eel or trout, I can’t imagine a better source.


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Ann on November 21, 2005 - 20:41 Permalink

I second the “excellent product”.
I have eaten smoked salmon in several countries and I have never had better. It is light and buttery..beautiful.

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Cyn on November 21, 2005 - 21:07 Permalink

And to think Kim’s new exporting business was orchestrated in part at the Queen Street Commons by the sales-savy QSC member Sebatian Manago. Congrats to Kim and Sebastian for pulling it off!