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Old 4th September 2011, 12:49 AM   #521
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Tell us how you're doing the salmon, chief.
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No I dont fish, so I have to rely on the local market. They said it was fresh, so mabe not forzen. A little garlic salt, a little corse black pepper, and lemon rings on top. Then broil.
This is a case where less is more.
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With veggies --- of course.
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No pasta tonight, Im watching my waste.
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Nice. I eat 90% of my salmon raw now as it looks after the fishy taste that ruined salmon for me as a kid. Mom stuffing the belly with lemons, wrapping it in foil and baking the crap out of it did no favour to my juvenile taste buds. When I do cook it, I'm like you, just a light seasoning after the filet has been cut into 1" strips then onto a super hot grill for about a minute a side.

Interesting looking veggie combo you have there. Pray tell.
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so mabe not forzen
The sign of a good cook. Enjoying other things while you're doing the prep work?
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Well, little green onion, spinich, ripe tomato, and some kinda peper that was sitting in the store. I dont know!!! it's gone now. Oh, and I have discovered ginger paste in a tube. Ok, I know! but it works, and Heck Im a batchlor.
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Tomorrow, The other white meat.
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Pork, chicken, white fish, alligator, kangaroo, llama or...?

In my part of the world, yours too I'm thinking, white meat doesn't really narrow it down.

Whatever the fare, I always look forward to what others are putting on the table. You can't do it all on your own.

Unfortunatley I am in the midst of leftover heaven so it doen't seem worthy of pics.

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