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Welcome to the new website for Tilgner's Specialized Smoked Seafood Products, LLC.

Our 'Place Your Order' page is now working and you are able to order 
Tilgner's Ruby Red Olde World Scottish Style Cold Smoked Salmon on line! 

If you like Lox then you will love our Ruby Red Cold Smoked Salmon !

Tilgner's Specialized Smoked Seafood Products, LLC is an Alaska company specializing in creating a unique smoked fish that will tantalize your taste buds.

Tilgner's cold-smoked rube red salmon is created by a labor intensive process of adding unique flavors to premium wild caught Alaskan Sockeye salmon.  We use the old world method of dry salt brining followed by the introduction of special flavors from virgin olive oils, natural sweeteners and infusions with spirits of the Caribbean. 

The fillets are then lightly cold smoked with Alaskan Alder and allowed to age gradually under refrigeration.  They are then flash-frozen to guarantee freshness and quality.  We have thirty five years of experience producing this fine gourmet product. 

Art Tilgner originated our product in the mid 1970's.  So many folks who enjoyed this style of smoked salmon urged him to produce it commercially.  His primary activity is marketing and quality control.

Art is an active physician specializing in aviation medicine and airmen certification.

Jo Ann TIlgner is our office manager.  She is an Oncology nurse at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, Alaska.

Kris, our son, runs the physical plant using his many technical skills in electrical, instrumentation, refrigeration and construction.

Robert, our son, is involved in our product development and fills the many roles needed to keep the operation moving.

Debra Hess is our production supervisor and expert in the critical steps to get our a fine cold smoked salmon product.

Our commercial fisherman give special attention to best methods of care and handling of these salmon in preparation for deliver to our facility.

Our plant is located in Ninilchik, Alaska on the shores of Cook Inlet, home waters of the famous Kenai sockeye and king salmon.

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