Fish

Sesame Crusted Salmon and Tuna Loaf with white dill sauce

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Light, airy and elegant looking, this fish loaf is a perfect answer to the eternal question. “what’s for supper?”. Especially if you have company coming, you don’t have time to go shopping and you are generally busy not having a life..or is it having too much of it? I never really grasped the full meaning of […]

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Slow-Cooker corn and fish Chowder

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Finally. A recipe interesting enough to share. I planned to tell you how I’m feeling all better now but then I managed to jam my lower back rolling out off bed. How pathetic is that? Now I need help putting  my socks on. So romantic. No wonder my poor husband falls all over himself trying […]

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Slow cooker Maple Salmon

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I love my slow cooker. Thanks to it’s magic, I no longer suffer from Salmonophobia. Until this very afternoon, I have never attempted to cook Salmon. It is sad but true. But no more! This recipe was made with 6 Salmon fillets I had in my freezer. I have yet to try with fresh salmon but it […]

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Tangy Tuna Pasta

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  Were you ever let down by one of these “quick” recipes claiming  to use everyday pantry staples only to discover that Mr. (or Ms.) smarty pantry is calling for a pint of cherry tomatoes, crisp farmers market Arugula and some fancy Italian cheese you can’t even pronounce? Honestly, If I had a these goodies on hand […]

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Salmon Cakes

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    Crab or fish patties are always reffered to as cakes. I never understood why, but here is my version of these old standbys. Cakes or not, these are delicious, quick and easy to make and relatively economical too. I did fry them, contrary to my usual “no frying” motto but the result is worth it. […]

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Gefilte Fish Loaf

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I initially hesitated naming this dish Gefilte fish which literally means “stuffed fish”. Traditionally made from ground carp or pike (or White fish), the seasoned fish ball is stuffed back into the fish’s skin, then cooked and served cut in pretty slices. VERY labour intensive. Jewish matriarchs had live carps swimming in the tub on holiday eve’s, pots and pans were filled […]

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Sole in butter, lemon and capers

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I probably mentioned this earlier, but my father is an amazing cook. Totally devoted. His dishes are always succulent and he follows recipes to a tee. My mother says I am my father’s daughter but here is where the apple took a slight detour from the tree. I always tweak my recipes. part scientific curiosity and […]

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