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salmon with cheese orzo

March 21, 2013

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  Three days into my challenge to stretch just under $100 as far as I knew how, and I decided not to follow my list. Well, not to a tee… I bought Salmon, and I got parsley and a few other greens that I was going to try to make this other salmon dish with, […]

beer battered fish n’ chips

November 12, 2012

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I made fish and chips, ages ago now, but have been so easy distracted by work, people, laundry, paperwork, and sleep, that I haven’t been able to get myself, my camera and my computer to have some focused alone time to be able to load, crop, and write these ideas and meals down. I made […]

salmon, herbed basmati and asparagus

October 9, 2012

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I decided to try roasting salmon on top of slices of lemon. I heard somewhere that it makes the fish stay more moist while it’s cooking. It also is a really good use of already zested lemons. I had a few that were kicking around in the crisper drawer, and sans peel there are fewer […]

salmon and two salads

August 23, 2012

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In just a few words, I can show you how to bastardize a perfectly good recipe, by the legend, the lady herself. Julia Child. It’s vinaigrette. It’s super easy. But, in my world, it is even easier to walk by the aisle that holds vinegars and oils without noticing time and time again.. This means […]

roasted salmon greek salad with yogurt sauce

August 11, 2012

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Summer is a good time to make a salad. Something no¬†too hot. Something that doesn’t heat up the kitchen, and with that, the whole house it too warm for anybody to relax and digest, or do anything else of note. Even with central air, things get HOT up in here when you cook for too […]

mustard and maple roasted salmon, bean salad, and herbed basmati rice

July 31, 2012

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I was looking for a dinner I could make in about 25-30 minutes. Had I figured out that I should’ve either grabbed my ipad, or make it so my stupid laptop stops falling asleep, and making the recipes go away every few minutes… it would’ve probably taken just 25 minutes, but even with the distractions […]