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December 2, 2020

Smoked Snoek Corn and Mozzarella Pies

Posted on October 19, 2020 by in baked goods, seafood

Smoked Snoek Corn and Mozzarella Pies

My Smoked Snoek Corn and Mozzarella Pies are just perfect to slowly, in the most delicate way transfer you from the comforts of winter to the excitement of Summer’s arrival. These Smoked Snoek Corn and Mozzarella Pies are packed with flavor and comforting, familiar tastes, but it does not have the heaviness of a chicken […]

Easy Beetroot and Fennel Trout Gravlax

Posted on October 4, 2020 by in seafood

Easy Beetroot and Fennel Trout Gravlax

An Easy Beetroot and Fennel Trout Gravlax was the obvious choice when I had to decide what to make with a beautiful piece of King Trout from Threestreams. The Easy Beetroot and Fennel Trout Gravlax was in the back of my mind for a while, but with school and life happening, I never got around […]

Grilled Salmon in Coconut Lime Broth

Posted on August 4, 2020 by in seafood

Grilled Salmon in Coconut Lime Broth

This Grilled Salmon in Coconut Lime Broth recipe is  keeper. It is a one-pan wonder packed with so much flavor and goodness that you will make it again and again. Of course Grilled Salmon in Coconut Lime Broth is not your average weeknight dinner, simply because salmon is a little pricey, but man it is […]

My Best BBQ Salmon Recipe

Posted on June 19, 2020 by in seafood

My Best BBQ Salmon Recipe

My My Best BBQ Salmon Recipe came after a few tries and errors. Sometimes I grilled it for too long, sometimes not enough. This time it was just perfect. My Best BBQ Salmon Recipe is simple, do-able and utterly delicious. You should give it a try sometime. If you like grilled fish, like snoek or […]

Cioppino or Seafood Soup – impressive crowd-pleaser.

Posted on June 15, 2020 by in seafood

Cioppino or Seafood Soup

Cioppino or Seafood Soup – “an impressive crowd-pleaser” says Martha Steward. Yes, indeed Cioppino is a dish that will make jaws drop at your table. Dramatic with lots of wow elements. The color, the abundance of seafood and or course the aroma. Cioppino or Seafood Soup is a Italian-American dish that originated in San-Francisco and […]

Vietnamese Caramel Salmon with Chili

Posted on May 14, 2020 by in seafood

Vietnamese Caramel Salmon with chili

The Vietnamese Caramel Salmon with chili is one of the most addictive meals I have ever eaten.I think it must be all those umami flavors happening in the bottom of the pan, that are so addictive. There are many recipes for Vietnamese Caramel Salmon with chili on the internet and for some reason I have […]

Smoked Trout Tartlets for Mothers Day

Posted on May 8, 2020 by in baked goods, seafood

Smoked Trout and Goats Cheese Tartlets

The Smoked Trout Tartlets are going to wow her, promise. I’m a mother so I should know. If my children or hubby wakes me up on Sunday with this treat, I will be most impressed with them. These Smoked Trout Tartlets are so quick and easy to make and uses only 4 ingredients, well 5 […]

Potted Salmon

Posted on April 9, 2020 by in seafood

Potted Salmon

Potted Salmon is a light, rillette-style paté so easy to make, yet packed with so much flavor. Potted Salmon is a combination of lightly smoked salmon, lemon, fennel, cream cheese and pink peppercorns. I sealed the pots with clarified butter, so I could make them today to enjoy over the Easter weekend. Before we go […]

Smoked Trout Terrine

Posted on April 6, 2020 by in seafood

Smoked Trout Terrine

A Smoked Trout Terrine for my Easter table. We locked down, but we do not have to be knock down. So with what ever we have at our disposal, let us make this Easter one to remember. This Smoked Trout Terrine is really easy to make and even better, you can make it in advance, […]

Salmon Sliders for Kids

Posted on April 3, 2020 by in seafood

Salmon Sliders for kids

The Salmon Sliders for Kids are not just delicious to eat for both kids and grown-ups, it is so good for children. Salmon sliders for kids, you’ve got to be kidding me, I hear you! Salmon is expensive, now way I am going to give it to my kids. Why not? Should the growing and […]