Monday Books: Salmon

 

Finally, something that tastes great that’s also good for you!

Salmon

I’ll reluctantly admit it here. In the past I’ve probably overdone it a touch on the salmon. But, I love it. My wife, not so much. She’ll tolerate it a couple of times a month. If she has to eat it twice a week there’s going to be a menu planning meeting.

In my opinion, what’s not to like? It tastes great. And, as a BIG side benefit, it’s a superfood. Meaning, it’s REALLY good for you.  When I cook salmon I usually grill it. I make an extra piece to eat cold the next day for lunch. It’s one fish that is just as good out of the fridge as it is off the grill.

Maybe, my wife just needs a little recipe variety in her salmon intake. To that end, and in an attempt to avoid that “not salmon again” look. Here’s are some great ideas for your next salmon supper (or lunch).


Cookbooks

Salmon: The Cookbook Simply Salmon Salmon, Desserts & Friends James McNair's Salmon Cookbook


Smoking & Curing

Smokin': Recipes for Smoking Ribs, Salmon, Chicken, Mozzarella, and More with Your Stovetop Smoker Smoking Food for Pleasure or Profit: How to smoke fish, oysters, mussels, cheese, ham, bacon, sausage and salmon, complete with recipes and diagrams Smoked Salmon Smoking Salmon and Trout: Plus Canning, Freezing, Pickling and More


Odds & Ends

The Beginners Guide To Canning Fish - Home Ideas for Preserving Salmon, Trout and Other Fish Cooking With Salmon: The King of Fish Salmon Cookbook 1915 Reprint: How To Eat Canned Salmon Canning Salmon... In the Way We Were Taught


Those should give you some new and exciting ideas for your next salmon feast!

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