Smoked Salmon Pizza with Goat Cheese

April 3, 2017 / 2 Comments

Several weeks ago I posted a recipe for homemade gravlax, promising to share the recipe for my favorite creation made with the leftovers.

Leftover salmon of any kind is uncommon in my household, especially since it’s a treat that we don’t enjoy all that often. I LOVE salmon pizza, though, so sometimes I try to save a little for that purpose.

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Gravlax

February 20, 2017 / 3 Comments

To continue the tradition of serving Scandinavian food like I did in my last post, I introduce to you today probably the strangest recipe I’ve ever made.

Before attempting this questionable recipe myself, I had tasted gravlax a few times in the past, my taste buds wondering why it wasn’t simply labeled “salmon” because that’s sure what it tasted like.

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Quick & Spicy Chicken Chili

October 26, 2015 / 2 Comments

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A more appropriate title for this 15-minute meal would be “Chili Made Almost Entirely of Leftovers.”

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Slow Cooker Sriracha Shredded Turkey

June 15, 2015 / 2 Comments

Crock-Pots were undoubtedly made for winter. Probably invented by a Canadian in January who was even colder than a Minnesotan in January. Am I right?

WRONG. Not only was the illustrious slow cooker invented in Chicago by a man with Jewish heritage (according to my very scientific Wikipedia research); it is so NOT only for cold months.

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