Baked Salmon with Avocado Mango Salsa and Asparagus

While I was finishing up some practice questions tonight, J put together one of this week's recipes. Salmon with Avocado Mango Salsa and Asparagus Originally from Simply Recipes¬† Ingredients 2- 6oz salmon fillets Olive oil Sea salt Black pepper 1 large mango, peeled 1 avocado (not too mushy!), peeled 1/2 vidalia onion, finely diced 1/2... Continue Reading →

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Salmon with Sweet and Spicy Salsa

We had some frozen salmon left over that I really wanted to use up. I knew we would need easy-to-transport fruits for camping, so oranges seemed like the perfect pair with the salmon. I made a salsa (or chutney...I am not sure which this would be, if it is even either of these) the morning... Continue Reading →

Spice Rubed Salmon

In regards to fish, nothing is better than fresh-caught, wild salmon. Sadly, Jason and I are poor college students, so we rarely even consider purchasing fresh, farm-raised Salmon from the grocery store; at $14/pound, we often decide frozen will do. This week I found some very inexpensive salmon fillets at the store and figured we... Continue Reading →

Tuna Cakes

While I worked at Ruby Tuesday, Crab Cakes were a very popular item. Seaweed is probably the only water-originating item I ever eat, unless I am forcing myself to eat some fish. Jason, on the other had, love all fish, but has a shellfish allergy, so he has been been able to try crab cakes.... Continue Reading →

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