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Salmon Baked in Tomato Confit Juice

  A few weeks ago we published a post for semi-confit tomatoes, a recipe that is repeated below. Once those tomatoes are done, don’t wash the pan. You have gold there. Olive oil scented with tomatoes, thyme, bay, and garlic. You could, of course, add some onion, too. Take that pan, put in a hunk…

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Suzi’s Lemon Salmon Packets

Salmon Leftovers. Uncooked salmon leftovers. Is there such a thing? Suzen had an event at Cooking by the Book where the main course was grilled salmon. We ordered plenty of that pink jewel, more than we needed for the 30 people in the party. So the next day we had leftover, uncooked salmon. “Salmon cakes?”…

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Salmon and Tri-Color Potato Hash

There is no way to deny it: “hash” is a four-letter word. Using the word often denotes something either derogatory or low quality. Did you make a hash of that last speech? In computer science, a hash table is a good thing, a way of finding data. But a hash function is a cryptography technique…

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Salmon Salon: Sustainable Salmon from Verlasso

  This Friday at Cooking by the Book we had what can only be called a Salmon Salon. Organized by Verlasso, a new aquaculture company, the subject was important: the evolution of sustainable salmon farming on our planet. And, what does sustainability mean for food companies, food distributors, grocery stores and — most importantly —…

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