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June 29, 2007

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Kalyn

You must come to Utah and cook this for me! Of course it will be out of season by the time you get here, and we probably can't get it in Utah anyway. It looks just fantastic. I really like thyme; I think it's such an underappreciated herb, don't you? This relish sounds like it has so many interesting flavors. Just fantastic.

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Wow oh wow. . . this would just be so very good. I love salmon. I've only had this Copper River Salmon when we visit our son in Seattle but it really is beautiful flavor!

Bunty


MY FAVORITE DINNER!!!!!
MAKES MY MOUTH WATER SALMON HERE DOESN'T
LOOK LIKE THAT!! DO YOU THINK I COULD EAT
THAT WITH ALL THOSE INGREDIENTS??

I LOVE YOUR PICTURES OF EACH RECIPE AND
CHECK EACH DAY

LOVE BUNTY





NancyWarden

Sher,
Another great salmon recipe. I will be making it this week for the family.
Nancy

Callipygia

You can't beat that color or flavor! What interesting flavors in your relish too.

aria

ohyum, i agree about the fatty salmon is the tastiest. that angel hair is no slouch either. i'm coming over, is it hotter than the blazes there yet? its getting there here in downtown! oh if it would only rain....

taboo

what -- no pussycats??

good, then i won't have to share any of this wonderful fish!

sher, next time could you not cook it and leave everything else off?

that would make me happy, MEOW!

ps: tell upsie & sundance i'll be back a little later to see if they're around. did you release those bratty squirrels?

Lydia

The olives would really cut the richness of the salmon -- what a lovely combination. Your photo is beautiful, too.

candy

sheesh, like i needed another excuse to want salmon!

Glenna

Wow! That sounds wonderful and I love that you use your own thyme. It's really beautiful!

Glenna

Wow! That sounds wonderful and I love that you use your own thyme. It's really beautiful!

MeltingWok

I don't cook salmon enough. Think I'm too used to eating it raw. I've to try making them like yours sometime, thanks, Sher !:)

Amy

What a beautiful recipe, I'll have to make this soon! I love living in Seattle because of all the delicious salmon.

s'kat

If that tastes only half as good as it looks, I'd die a happy woman.

At Home with kim vallee

You nicely dished the plate. Then, all the colors definitely make me want to taste this. The kind of fish recipes I like to cook and serve to my guests for a casual dinner.

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