Monthly Archives: October 2019
I’m so excited about this week’s recipe from Everyday Dorie for Cook the Book Fridays. On the surface, Miso-Glazed Salmon sounded interesting, but not necessarily game-changing. The marinade was simple to mix up: miso paste, honey, soy sauce and lemon juice. My miso paste was a bit old, so it took some effort to smooth it out but not that much. Spread the paste over individually sized salmon fillets to marinate at least an hour. When it’s time for dinner, the salmon goes into the oven for just 10 minutes.
Depending on your sides, you might have to start them before you cook the fish. I made jasmine rice and fluffed some sliced scallions into it after it was done. One night, we had leftover roasted broccoli. The second night, I tried these fast and delicious green beans.
I loved this. Usually, we grill or broil salmon, but roasted, the texture was lovely. I’ll be adding this variation to the rotation. I’m imagining other flavor combinations for the marinade. Yum!
This the season for autumn decorations. Here’s my latest obsession of what to do with my hands in the evening. An entire pumpkin patch, knit from my yarn stash!
Finally, without any fanfare, Wednesday marked the 10-year anniversary of my blog. What a journey it’s been. I’ve enjoyed sharing my cooking adventures, experiments, and recipe reviews from “cook the book” projects. The best part has been the many friendships forged across the miles. (You all know who you are!) Here’s to embarking on another decade… Cheers!