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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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Salmon, Tomato and Dill Sauce: A Tapas Treat

Tapas dishes can be simple yet delicious. Or they can be a bit complex and totally delicious. This is the latter. It’s a fabulous dish that will awe anyone who eats it. The prep time here includes peeling tomatoes, a necessary step to make sure that the texture of all the components is delightfully consistent.…

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Salmon with Balsamic Glaze

There are things in life you can undo and things you cannot undo. What you can and what you can’t undo does not always make sense proportionately. For example, you can undo a marriage. It’s called divorce and some of you may have experienced that process. I have. Brian has. Neither of us will again…

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Salmon Rillettes from Dorie Greenspan

Dorie Greenspan has created a whirlwind of buzz with her new book Around My French Table. People blog it, review it, buy it, and best of all cook from it. This book is the book of the year for many people, including me. Physically the book itself is beautiful with layout and pictures that will…

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