Karla's Smokehouse - Rockaway Beach, OR
 

I am Karla's Smokehouse
Vol. II


A limited stock of Karla's
last book is available at
Trash & Treasures
180 S Hwy 101
P.O. Box 101
Rockaway Beach, OR 97136
29.95 + 4.95 shipping each
check or money order.
For credit card orders
call 503 355 2101.

Karla's Cards!
Just the thing for a fun note
to a friend!
At the Smokehouse now
2.95 each or 12 for 25.00

Click on this link to view Grant McOmie's feature on Karla's Smokehouse


Contact info:
Karla's Smokehouse
PO Box 537
Rockaway Beach, OR 97136
info@karlassmokehouse.com
503-355-2362

For the Love of Great Fish & Great Friends...



We are sad to report that Karla Steinhauser passed away on Friday October 24th.
Interment was at Historic Columbian Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.
The community gathered for a celebration of Karla's life on November 15
at St Mary's by The Sea in Rockaway Beach.

We are all going to miss this Northwest icon very much.

We've all always had a great appreciation for the "magic" that Karla works on seafood and the incredible works of art that emerge from her custom smoker. 


While Karla is no longer smoking fish and seafood, she's decided that instead of selling the business, she'll share her methods (and her life story) in this book -- I AM KARLA'S SMOKEHOUSE, Vol. II.  Now we all will have an even greater appreciation for the amount of work, heart and soul, this talented woman puts into every piece of seafood.

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Everyone has their "techniques" for smoking fish -- from the simple -- throw the slabs into a Little Chief, to the elaborate brines, rubs and treatments, carefully tended in expensive smokers, to the mass produced stuff.

 

No one smokes fish like Karla ...

 

"I am Karla's Smokehouse" Vol. II, Includes:

  •  History
  •  Tips & Techniques - Full-color photos and Karla's detailed illustrations show step-by-step filleting and processing of salmon, halibut, tuna and more!
  •  Recipes
  • Scenic Area Photos - by Don Best go to - www.bestimpressionspicturecompany.com

Just out of the smoker, looks good enough to eat ... step-by-step photos show how Karla creates these culinary delights.

Karla's colorful illustrations and cartoons provide valuable information and show her artistic talents. 

Step-by-step photos show every knife stroke for filleting a variety of fish.

Karla is no longer smoking fish and seafood.
Her books, cartoons & cards will be available agains soon.