Tag Archives: Seafood

Open Salmon and Egg Sandwiches

The beauty of making foreign food is that a simple sandwich with ingredients in the kitchen can suddenly make you see simple ingredients and how to serve them differently. Today’s recipe is one of those dishes where the inspiration comes from Scandinavia and is one of those lazy Sunday sandwiches where you have a little…

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Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Sandwich

While in Austin with my friend James, our days entailed very late nights of watching Matt Damon movies and hanging out with his friends. They were so late that it would be early morning by the time we fell into the world of sleep. Then we would awaken mid morning and our day would begin, throwing…

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Pan Bagnat

Have you ever kept a journal? Maybe intended to write every day for a year into a perfectly lined book? Or attempted to write your way through a journey? Well, that was my full intention when descending upon Paris. To be fully immersed as a writer and artist for a long weekend, but needless to…

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Sweet Potato Latkes with Smoked Salmon

I’ve been trying to find a job for a few weeks now, long enough that the creeping self doubt which grows over time of a job search has kept me indoors searching with crossed fingers that something, anything will come up and I don’t have to go begging to my dad for help. This has…

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Smoked Fish Toastie

Most of the world’s population is now confronted with a more varied multi-cultural society than ever before. Some of the generations of old may want the world to remain as one dimensional as possible, but mixing with people from other cultures and lands only expands people for the better. My weekend was a simple sign…

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Hefty Fish Tacos

Have you seen ‘I Love You, Man’? If not, there is this scene where the two protagonists go to a place with the ‘best fish tacos’ around early on in their friendship. Watching them layer the delicious food onto their tacos, my eyes have convinced me they are a meal I’m dying to try. I’ve…

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Easy Thai Prawn Curry

I’m a road tripper by nature, and I often seek ways to have an adventure and call it so, even when it’s something like walking on a track to a waterfall 10 minutes from the parking lot. I will say I’ve had an adventure. This weekend was meant to be a girl’s sleepover at my…

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Spiced Salmon Salad

One of the recent friends I made at a job I was doing is now roaming the globe and I have to say I miss her. We were a crazy team together and that kind of work environment doesn’t occur too often. I wouldn’t say I miss her singing the ‘It’s Friday’ song over and…

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Spiced Prawns with Avocado Dip

The tick of the clock has gone faster then I imagined. Is not that always the way? You say I have time for this and this and this. Then all you seem to get lucky to find time for is this. It is a habit of mine to always over commit myself to be able…

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