I loved reading your stories of triumph over terrible work-related situations and every single comment I read made me feel like we all experience similar struggles, but we can overcome them and find happiness. It’s not always easy, but it is possible.
Now, onto dinner!
How to Make Salmon
Preparing fish always intimidated me. When I first began cooking after I graduated from college, I gravitated toward chicken, beef or meat-free meals and always avoided fish even though it is one of my favorite foods.
I’m so glad I put on a brave face and tackled salmon because there’s no lookin’ back! Salmon is honestly easier to prepare than chicken or beef and cooks up in no time at all. Win!
To make simple salmon, I start by setting the oven to broil.
I then place a piece of foil on a cookie sheet and spray it with cooking spray before laying a big piece of salmon on top. I then spray the salmon with the cooking spray (I love olive oil cooking spray for this), and season it however I please. Salt and pepper are simple and delicious, though I am a fan of a wide variety of seasonings.
Then, I place the salmon in the oven for about 10 minutes, or until the fish flakes with a fork. Broiling salmon keeps it juicy and can often add nice crisp edges to the fish that I adore!
Once today’s salmon was done cooking, I topped it with the raspberry glaze that Ryan and I both adore.
We enjoyed our fish with a side of roasted zucchini seasoned with garlic salt.
Such a yummy dinner and it was on the table in 15 minutes. Not too shabby!
Ryan and I are off to scan the internet like it’s our job to try to find a place to live. We haven’t heard back about the house we loved, but we’re still hopeful!