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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Almuerzo (lunch)



This is how I cut it up.

Marinate some salmon, I have wild sockeye salmon in a little soy sauce and some wasabi. While the salmon does its thing boil water and put in some buckwheat soba noodles and boil for 5 minutes.



Drain and rinse and quickly toss in the salmon and in my book of salmon - a little goes a long way so determine how much salmon you will toss with a little sesame oil, the heat from the noodles will cook the salmon. Grab some chopsticks and slurp it all down(oh and on a side note I eat too much salmon so dont go by my serving). This is a warm dish but soba has a better flavor when it is cold if ya really wanna know.



When you have had enough then eat some watermelon.

9 comments:

buffalodickdy said...

When the wild sockeye is in the stores here, (once a year!) I always pick some up! It is superior to any other salmon I have had.

A Girl From Texas said...

I just finished a piece of steak (filet) with some broccoli and cheese sauce and I'm finishing it all off with a bowl of ice cream and this post sounds absolutely delicious..... I'm still hungry.

Michelle Ann said...

I love wild salmon....since I'm close to the Pacific Northwest, I can get it more often. But whatever the price, it's worth it. Your salmon looked yummy!

Chels-Puddle Jumper said...

I'm scared to buy fish, because I have no idea what is good and how to fix it. But now that I have a little bit more of a clue...

Oh, and I have a "little something" for you on my blog! Check it out!

doggybloggy said...

Buff: I get it only when it looks good, and I dont get it every time but this time I did. Maybe its like wine and this is a good year.

GFT: broccoli and cheese!

MA: I hear ya' but you probablypay the same for king crab as we do and we get it a day later... I think...dont they fly the stuff every where like right away?

Chel: buy only seasonal and regional thats the ticket to good food, if ya'all got craw dads or mud bugs or whaterver just eat em'.

pinknest said...

oooh! everything looks awesome. and watermelon! wow, i haven't had some in awhile and my mouth is watering.

Jessica said...

I had a frozen pizza you bastard.

Beth said...

not THAT is a piece of watermelon!!! I can't wait for some sweet, juicy melon. Salmon...meh..I'm not a fish person. sorry...but maybe I've just never had GOOD salmon, huh?

A Girl From Texas said...

yeah, I made the cheese sauce in the same skillet I "grilled" the steak. So it absorbed the flavor from the juice and crunchies on the bottom of the skillet. It was oh so very yummy!

I have a friend who cooks a lot and he's always telling me.... don't waste the flavor.

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