This is one of my favorite “instant” sides — it doesn’t leave my mouth with a residue of garlic powder and other indecipherable ingredients, and it sure is quick. (With all of the Near East blends, you may consider only using 1/2 package of seasoning to reduce the sodium content.)
Sear & season salmon, wrap in chard and bake.
Everyday salmon gets a refreshing makeover when wrapped in large blanched chard leaves, and I encourage you to try it. This is a recipe I will absolutely make again — perhaps experimenting with a different fish fillet. If you’ve the time to recreate the entire recipe, I’m signing off jealous!
Returned from Viet Nam (re: previous blog) totally fried. Yet, thanks to constant hand washing and a vigilant use of masks while flying, we managed to skirt that horrid flu that is bowling down folks across the globe. So it seems wrong to complain about jet lag. But I’m still struggling. And here it is, St. Patty’s Day in … Full recipe post »
Most of my friends are in accord that it’s difficult enough to get your dwelling in shape for a party much less entertain, supply the bar and party food fare. Especially during the busy holiday season. My group is happy to pitch in, bringing a dish, a bottle, or in Frederick’s case (pictured at the piano) musical talent to help ease … Full recipe post »
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