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Healthy, Seafood, Weekday Dinner

Sweet and Spicy Salmon

May 2, 2016


It’s been a while since I posted anything, and while I’d like to blame my recent move to London (UK not back to my hometown London ON), I think I’ve fallen out of the habit a bit. However, there is no shortage of amazing food and inspiration here (it is the land of Ottolenghi after all), and following a particularly delicious dinner last night, I am trying to get back in the swing of things! One of the best things about living in London has been the markets, for food stuffs and all other stuffs. Every weekend Graham and I seek out a new one, or return to our favourite in Marylebone, where we fill as many bags as we can carry reasonably (ubering occasionally). Upon returning home we cram it all in our miniature fridge, and then endeavour to make it all before the next market day! It’s a lovely ritual and a great way to ensure we are eating local food that is in season.

This salmon recipe is super easy, healthy, and very delicious. All you need is salmon, red chilli jelly, S&P and some jalapeños. THAT’S ALL.

Happy Eating!

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The Tuna Tartare

September 6, 2014



Of all the things I have ever made, I fear sometimes that I will only be remembered for this dish. If that is the case… I suppose I could have done a lot worse.

I don’t know what it is about tuna tartare but if you like fish (and even if you are iffy on the fishy) this is just a tasty a** dish and also a little impressive. It is not impressive because it is hard but because it is beautiful. Splurge on sashimi grade tuna for this – if you can’t find tuna that looks like these photos (bright pink and happy) talk to me… I have a fish guy.

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