What is the easiest dinner in the world? Salmon!
Why did I go years and years without making this delicious fish?
I’m so glad I got over my fear of preparing salmon and tackled it because it pops up on our dinner menu all the time now!
- Salmon Burgers
- Cashew-Crusted Salmon (<—I need to make this again! Yum.)
- Salmon with Raspberry Glaze
- Honey Soy Glazed Salmon
Tonight’s salmon was rosemary garlic broiled salmon. I cooked the salmon the way I always do, seasoning it with garlic salt and rosemary.
Ryan’s words: “I like the thyme you put on there.”
It was rosemary, but I’ll take it. At least he pronounced thyme correctly! He used to say the “th” like “the” rather than “time.”
I love listening to people say words differently. Ryan swears that I say the word “cashew” like “ca-shoo.” Lies, I tell you.
(Just in case you missed it, I previously posted a list of the 20 most commonly mispronounced food words on the blog. I definitely said quite a few words incorrectly!)
On the side of our salmon we ate roasted cauliflower, which I prepared by tossing the cauliflower in olive oil, seasoning it with garlic salt and roasting it in the oven at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.
I’m thinking I should tackle another dish that has always intimidated me sometime soon. I’ve always been intimidated by pot roast, prime rib and ham (the whole thing, not just a ham steaks). Pretty much any big meaty dish freaks me out!
Question of the Evening
- What is one word people have told you that you say funny?
Apparently when I was a little girl I used to say “pink” like “pay-ink.” And I also thought “crayon” was pronounced “crown.” Thank you to my best friend Kristen for teaching me that one!