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Running Wild

http://www.boston.com/news/globe/magazine/articles/2007/07/29/go_fish/

Finally, the Copper River Coho is “running wild”!

What’s your favorite way to eat this tasty and nutritious seasonal delight?

Sashimi :slight_smile:

[quote]Chef Lisa Marie wrote:

What’s your favorite way to eat this tasty and nutritious seasonal delight?[/quote]

Pan cooked in a little bit of Olive oil. Then topped with a nice Bearnaise Sauce. Yum.

Pan cooked in a little bit of olive oil; then topped with a nice dollop of bernaise sauce. Yum!

I like Coho, it’s a little lighter in color and taste than King salmon, so I like to flavor it up a little. Here’s an easy recipe for the grill:

1-2 lb Coho salmon fillet
Slice half a vidalia onion into thin rings
grate a few tsp. of fresh ginger
a couple tbsps. of seasoned rice vinegar
2 tsps. or more of sesame oil
salt and pepper to taste

Wrap it all up in a packet of heavy-duty aluminum foil
Cook about 20 minutes on the grill

Serve it on a bed of fresh baby spinach, and sprinkle with some additional rice vinegar.

[quote]The Mighty Stu wrote:
Sashimi :slight_smile:

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i’ll take all of it.

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Medium on the grill, top with Lemon Wasabi sauce, serve with a side of more salmon.

[quote]pushharder wrote:
How can you be cooking fish in N.Y. like some high falutin gourmet (that’s pronounced “gore-met” as in NY “Mets”, FWIW) and have a job at McDonalds in Laredo, Texas? I don’t get it.[/quote]

HUH?

[quote]pushharder wrote:
How can you be cooking fish in N.Y. like some high falutin gourmet (that’s pronounced “gore-met” as in NY “Mets”, FWIW) and have a job at McDonalds in Laredo, Texas? I don’t get it.[/quote]

The SR-71 Blackbird
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