Sunday, November 1, 2009

Salmon, good just about anyway you cook it

Our neighbor Matt Markinkovitch has been selling fresh salmon this fall, a treat to have local fresh salmon. With good fresh fish, it's hard to go wrong. My favorite way to cook salmon is over a fire, nice hot coal from bark, giving the fish a slightly smokey flavor. I slather the fish fillets with these simple ingredients:
soy sauce
olive oil
lemon juice
several cloves of minced garlic

A grill or broiler works just fine too.

If you are lucky to have any left over, the next day mix up the salmon with finely chopped onions, capers, mustard and a little mayo and enjoy. Delicious!!


  1. Olive oil, salt, pepper and oregano....mmmmm.

  2. Debbie Strausser recommends at the end of broiling, a sprinkle of parmasen cheese, and some fresh lemon juice as you take it out. Sounds fantastic!