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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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Grilled Sesame Salmon from Salted

Salt is one of the most potent, essential ingredients in cooking. Its ability to draw out and intensify flavor is unmatched. The book Salted: A manifesto on the World’s Most Essential Mineral with Recipes provides a wealth of facts and ideas for all of us salt lovers. Author Mark Bitterman is the “selmelier” of The…

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Salmon Dip with That Leftover Salmon

  The nightmare is always the same. I am hungry, I go downstairs to the refrigerator, open the door, and there it all is. The fridge is filled with stacks of one overpowering awful, disgraceful dish. Salmon cakes. The only thing you can make with leftover salmon. I haven’t had a salmon cake in decades,…

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Salmon in a Tomato Cream Sauce

You probably don’t think of salmon as an Indian dish. Not India Indian. More American Indian. Like Alaska. Indians smoking fish. Grizzlies standing in white water snapping up salmon. Sarah Palin snapping up grizzlies. This dish has origins that go back over 60 years. As a girl Madhur Jaffrey had tandoori dishes with a lovely…

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