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Sun-Dried Tomato and Sausage Strata

Sun-Dried Tomato and Sausage Strata

A golden, puffy strata will elevate the most mundane morning. Layered with buttered cubes of bread and generous quantities of Italian sausage and mozzarella cheese, this Sun-Dried Tomato and Sausage Strata must be prepared ahead of time, making it ideal for when you have house guests. Continue Reading →

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Cookie Brittle

Cookie Brittle

Attention: This cookie brittle is straight up addictive. It will call you from the counter top all day long and when you go out, you’ll think about it on your way home and feel the need to eat a piece before you even remove your coat. This is that sort of thing. You have been warned. Continue Reading →

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Cheddar and Smoked Salmon Mini Frittatas

Salmon Fritatas

These Cheddar and Smoked Salmon Mini Frittatas are my favorite contribution when we are invited to a dock party. My version of frittatas disappears fast. Simply scrumptious and easy to make. I like to use a soup ladle to divide the mixture into the muffin pan. Continue Reading →

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Black Bean and Salmon Tostadas

For an easy and fresh weeknight meal, these Black Bean and Salmon Tostadas hit the spot. Continue Reading →

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Halibut in Parchment

Halibut in Parchment

Cooking Halibut in Parchment or foil is a wonderful way to get the best results and add a dramatic flair to dinner. The paper or foil holds in the moisture, concentrates the flavor and protects the delicate flesh. The fish essentially steams in the oven and in its own juices. Follow the folding and cooking instructions carefully. The “foil” packets can be cooked in the oven or on the grill. Continue Reading →

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Sauteed Snapper with Fresh Avocado Salsa

Sauteed Snapper with Fresh Avocado Salsa

A few thoughts before you get started on the salsa for this Sauteed Snapper with Fresh Avocado Salsa. Make sure the tomatoes you use for this dish are nice and hard, with no hint of ripening. Look for avocados that are ripe but still firm‒the ones on which the stem at the end still wiggles. And finally, this salsa can be made up to a day ahead, though the fresher it is, the brighter it will be. Continue Reading →

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Salmon Salad Wonton cups with Ginger-Lime Dressing

Salmon Salad Wonton cups with Ginger-Lime Dressing

These Salmon Salad Wonton cups with Ginger-Lime Dressing are the best appetizers. I take them to parties all the time and there is not a single one left. Everyone thinks I spent a lot of time making them because they look complicated. You’ll love this recipe. Continue Reading →

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Hazelnut-Encrusted Wild Salmon Fillets

Hazelnut-Encrusted Wild Salmon Fillets

Easy enough for family, fancy enough for company. Moist flavorful salmon showcases the flavors of the Pacific Northwest in these Hazelnut-Encrusted Wild Salmon Fillets. Continue Reading →

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Roasted Salmon with Bok Choy and Coconut Rice

Roasted Salmon with Bok Choy and Coconut Rice

Salmon is a versatile, ultra heart-healthy superfood and its preparation possibilities are endless. Here, a skinless roasted fillet creates a simple but swanky dinner party entrêe when paired with coconut rice and bok choy. Just serve this Roasted Salmon with Bok Choy and Coconut Rice with hot jasmine tea and offer sorbet for dessert. Continue Reading →

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Tarragon-Cream Chicken

Tarragon-Cream Chicken

Got a package of chicken breasts and a half an hour? Then you’re well on your way to a great tasting dinner with this Tarragon-Cream Chicken recipe. Continue Reading →

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