A tasty way to use the whole fish. This recipe is a crowd pleaser, all sweet and caramelized right off the grill. Salmon collars are the located between the head and the body of the fish. They are often wasted by large processors, but fishermen know they are an especially tender part of the fish, a secret treat.
This recipe looks and tastes gourmet, but comes together quick an easy enough for a weeknight dinner. The mushrooms and leeks bring a complex flavor that is wonderfully balanced with the delicate Halibut without overpowering it.
Smokey, creamy goodness. This recipe was created by Poppy to utilize the fresh produce found at the Farmer's Markets in the spring. She even included the names of the local farms the ingredients were sourced from.
This recipe was created by Poppy to utilize the fresh produce found at the Farmer's Markets in the spring. She used nettles because they were in season, but you could easily substitute the nettle for basil if you like. She even included the names of the local farms the ingredients were sourced from.
This is a warm salad- think warm bacon and spinach salad but even more rich, creamy and hearty. Braising greens are a nutritious mix of dark leafy greens that can include kale, chard, collards, mustard, bok choy, raddichio, and turnip greens. They are quite hearty, and need some type of heat to break them down before eating. Not only does this salad taste amazing, it's also a great way to get some new greens in your diet along with healthy fats to increase the vitamin absorption.
This is one of my favorite meals, and one I often prepare when I have a house-full of guests because it's so delicious and so easy with everything cooking in the oven together. I love using a lot of different colored veggies for a beautiful and healthy variety.
This simple recipe showcases the rich, bold flavors of Copper River Sockeye. Great salmon doesn't need a heavy sauce or complicated cooking techniques, just a few simple ingredients. This quick and easy recipes is one of our family favorites.