We had a lazy day and didn’t feel like going to a lot of trouble for supper. Fortunately, great food is about great ingredients, flavours and presentation. It doesn’t have to be a lot of work. Continue reading Baked Salmon, Great Food Can Be Easy
The cost of wild salmon is very high these days. So, when the local supermarket had a sale on frozen pink salmon fillets for less than a king’s ransom, I bought some and made smoked salmon. Continue reading Smoked Salmon, Experimenting
This recipe is just so wrong in everything but taste. It is made with canned soup, canned tuna and packaged biscuit mix. Wrong, wrong, wrong. However, it tastes good and reminds me of the casserole dishes every mother in the sixties had on hand for an inexpensive quick meal or potluck lunch. Continue reading Tuna Bake, So Very Wrong But Good
I have posted about Peppered Salmon before and I posted in detail how to prepare at Smoking Meat Forums. Continue reading A Change From Turkey, Peppered Salmon
This is a special occasion dinner for She Who Must Be Obeyed and me. It is like smoked salmon but sweet and peppery. I knock most of the peppercorns off before eating. They give a nice flavour to the salmon but that much pepper is hard on a fat old guy’s constitution. The missus leaves them on but she is tougher than me.
It is cold here. There is snow on the ground. I made andouille the
other day. Conditions were perfect for making gumbo!
This Cajun dish is delicious. A touch of spice, a deep dark texture and a mixture of shellfish, chicken and andouille. While I love this version, I apologize to all of Louisiana for my corruption of their recipe. Continue reading Gumbo, From Canada?