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This dinner is perfect for a weeknight, when you want something healthy, delicious and fulfilling – and so easy you can make it without really having to think about anything. The miso-mirin glaze infuses the salmon with a complex richness, … Continue reading
Pan-seared king salmon is an easy, delicious, near fool-proof way to enjoy one of the prime fish of the Pacific Northwest. Tarragon butter adds an extra fall-flavored flavor burst.
The Fourth of July is a great time for grilling salmon. Copper river salmon is in the stores, and there’s nothing more delightful than spending an evening outside with friends, family, and the grill. Here are a few tips we’ve … Continue reading
Looking for an easy lunch idea? These salmon, cream cheese and honey mustard wraps with spinach are super satisfying and nutritious to boot. We rolled them on on lavash bread from Trader Joe’s. Any flat bread (or tortilla) would work.
Our seafood CSA keeps us supplied with a near-endless stream of salmon, and sweet potatoes are ubiquitous this time of year. So, how nice to whip out this easy weekday recipe from Mark Bittman’s book Kitchen Express.
When we have friends over to visit, it’s fun to cook something local. And the further away they come from, the nicer the meal we cook. Well, not really, but that’s what Marion thought when she came up from San … Continue reading
You can make this teriyaki salmon with stuff you already have in your fridge (assuming you have salmon in your fridge). It’s great for an easy spur-of-the-moment evening bbq.
Update from Ruth herself, with specific measurements and 1 extra ingredient: panko!
The beets needed thinning, but we never really got around to it, so now we are thinning and eating at the same time. The young greens are great without even sautéing. Melanie boiled the beets and then tossed them in … Continue reading
It’s our first garden harvest of the spring — swiss chard, chives oregano, and parsley. Plus, the fish order from Surfin’ Seafood is in, and Melanie remembers a recipe she used to make at the cafe. Drizzle olive oil, salt … Continue reading