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4 Ingredient Maple Adobo Glazed Salmon (15 minutes flat)

Sweet and Spicy Salmon

There are days when simplicity is best. When it’s just about getting something tasty, flavorful and easy into the belly. Especially when the mind is too cluttered to give much thought to dinner.  Serve it with greens and dinner is done. Thank gawd because sometime….we all have those days. 

Sweet, spicy and tangy. What could be better all smothered on top of a thick slice of wild salmon?

4 ingredients, 15 minute sweet and spicy wild salmon. Is there really any need to say more? I didn’t think so. Continue Reading →

By on February 2, 2015 in Blog, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Main Course, Main Ingredient, Recipes, Salmon

Healthy Camping Meals & The Grocery/KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway Winner!

Sumac Spiced Salmon and Buerre Noir (another restaurant quality, camping meal)

Joshua and I decided to take a small camping trip down to Washington. One last trip before the west coast becomes too rainy to enjoy long extended excursions.

As a result, we have all those funny situations that can only happen with a spouse while on extended road trips.

Things like…

“No honey I said right, you went left. ”

“No you didn’t, you said left”

“Ok, well whatever, we need to go the other way.”

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By on September 16, 2012 in Blog, Gluten Free, Main Course, Main Ingredient, Recipes, Salmon

Sumac Spiced Salmon and Beurre Noir – Fridge to table in less than 15 minutes

Have you all had a big enough break from the Moroccan and Tunisian inspired dishes?

Here’s a compromise. French beurre noir meets Middle Eastern cuisine.

How about a quick and easy introduction to a spice that grows in North America, but is more often seen in Middle Eastern Cuisine? Sumac spice is the ground fruit of the plant and can be a reddish or deep purple spice. It has a tangy, lemony flavor and is used in all sorts of applications. Read more on Wikipedia HERE.

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By on February 27, 2012 in Blog, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Lunch, Main Course, Main Ingredient, Recipes, Salmon, Sauce

Salmon Kabobs with Pine Nut Salsa and Sprouted Spelt Naan Bread

Sometimes it just nice to have a simple meal without all the bells and whistle. The simplicity of a rich fish, nut salsa with some naan bread and yogurt cheese was the the perfect compliment to a warm winter afternoon. I was able to strike up the barby, get some naan bread going and grill up some fish. Yes I made my naan bread on the bbq! What a lovely way to take a break from the day on a Saturday afternoon, sitting on bar stools at the kitchen counter, the sun streaming in. My honey bee had gotten home from skiing and it was a lovely way to just settle into a nice afternoon.

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By on February 20, 2012 in Blog, Lunch, Main Course, Main Ingredient, Pine Nuts, Salmon, Spelt

Tunisian Spiced Baked Salmon with Minted Aioli

This is one of those recipes I’m really happy I tried. As I have been researching fun ways to incorporate my preserved lemons, I have been reconnected with flavors that I love like paprika, coriander, cumin, garlic, lemon and capers. These flavors are not only Tunisian but are commonly recognized as Moroccan as well. It was my recent Vegetable Tagine that led me down this path and as a result I have a few recipes in store for you.

So for those of you with some preserved lemons in your fridge, we have a few fun dishes to get that lemon out of it’s brine and into your tummies. For those of you that don’t have any preserved lemons around, what’s stopping you?! Citrus is in season and a fabulous addition to the cuisine from the countries listed above, but also East African, Cambodian, Indian and French cuisine.

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By on February 4, 2012 in Blog, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Main Course, Main Ingredient, Recipes, Salmon, Sauce

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