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Indian style Salmon Bake returns to Depoe Bay, Saturday, Sept. 17th

Salmon cooking above open fire! Courtesy photos

Salmon cooking above open fire!
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For the 60th year the town of Depoe Bay, Oregon, will host the annual Indian-Style Salmon Bake on Saturday, September 17, from 10 am to 5 pm.

The Salmon Bake is renowned as the Oregon coast’s signature salmon celebration, drawing salmon lovers from throughout the state to enjoy both food and fun.

Delicious Pacific salmon is cooked in a traditional technique used for generations by native coastal tribes. Preparations begin months before the feast, as volunteers head to the woods to cut 350 six foot long stakes of alder wood.

Before sunrise on the morning of the event a huge 80-foot fire line is ignited with six cords of fir and three cords of alder. Thousands of pounds of salmon fillets are positioned on the alder wood stakes and held in place with cedar strips. The alder stakes are then positioned diagonally over the smoldering fire line, imparting rich flavors to the salmon as they bake to perfection.

Salmon prepared in a way not easily duplicated in a restaurant!  So c'mon down!!

Salmon prepared in a way not easily duplicated in a restaurant! So c’mon down!!

Each salmon is cooked about 20 minutes on each side before being it is plated and served in 8-ounce steaks together with coleslaw, garlic bread and a beverage. Visitors enjoy their meals sitting at tables in the sun or under a tent, listening to Native American music and watching performances by native tribal dancers.

Raffle tickets will be on sale at the Salmon Bake for “Discover Depoe Bay” packages, which include lodging, dining, fishing and whale watching trips.

You can experience this delicious tradition at the Depoe Bay City Park, located at the south end of the town’s picturesque harbor. Free shuttles will take visitors to and from the park, as well as from the park to downtown shops along the ocean front. Many Depoe Bay merchants offer special discounts during the Salmon Bake event.

Native American Dancing at the Depoe Bay Salmon Bake

Native American Dancing
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Admission to the Indian-Style Salmon Bake is free. Meal tickets will be limited to 1,500 so advance purchase is strongly recommended. Meal tickets are priced at $25 in advance of the event or $27 at the gate on the day of the event, as available. Advance ticket sales will take place at these Depoe Bay locations: Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce, 223 SW Highway 101, Suite B; Pacific Brass & Copper Works, 20 Bay St.; Depoe Bay Liquor Store, 531 N. Highway 101; Sea Breeze Bakery, 106 South Highway 101; and in Lincoln Beach at the Big Mountain Coffee Company, 3940 N. Highway 101.

For those unable to attend the event, meal deliveries will be available from Salishan to Otter Rock to those placing advance orders through the Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce.

Depoe Bay enjoys nearly year-round whale watching and has become known as “Oregon’s Whale Watching Capitol”. The long seawall along the town center offers exciting views of gray whales feeding just off the rocks during this time of year. Charter boats take visitors to see these majestic giants up close along the scenic coastline.

The Salmon Bake is a non-profit event sponsored by the Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce, local businesses and residents. Proceeds help fund Chamber activities as well as town events and improvement projects.

For more information about the Indian Style Salmon Bake please contact Nick Bruyer (541-270-3944 or r8vegas@gmail.com) or the Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce (541-765-2889 or toll free 877-485-8348, info@depoebaychamber.org).

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