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Yarnover, not my cooking this time. (sigh) I often tell the story how growing up in British Columbia in the good old days we fed salmon to our dogs and cats it was so inexpensive...not the case any longer! Brie1648 it is a mango salsa......so perfect for salmon. :)
Yum. Great to have you back cooking.I love salmon but like you, miss the days when it was affordable.
Looks wonderful - and the crispy skin is so delicious! Is that a mango salsa as well?
Lord Mojo strikes again! He never can resist a food puzzle!
You sound like you live up here in the PNW.... I'm in Renton just south of Seattle. I've heard there is another very cold river (I'm sure there are many) just north of Copper River and we are starting to see the salmon from there at less cost because it's not as well known. I will try to find the name of that river and will send it to you if I can.
Hi Trudy, it is good isn't it! Each year I wait for the Copper River Salmon to come in. Sadly, I don't think my budget is going to handle the expense much longer. Last time I bought from the first run and if I remember it was 19.95 a pound? :( In my childhood I remember we fed salmon to our cats and dogs it was so plentiful! Not anymore! Times are a changin'.
King salmon is the best of the best, IMHO. Yummmmm