What’s the Difference Between Wild–Caught and Farm–Raised Salmon? Here’s some timely information gleaned from an article in Bon Appetit, by Alex Delany. He wrote the article in August 2017. Thanks, Alex! Farm-Raised Salmon In the broadest sense, it means that it was raised in some kind of aquatic farming operation, not the wild. But salmon farms vary in size, location, breeding practice, and just about … Continue reading Farm Raised Salmon vs. Wild Caught: What’s the Difference?
Today I chatted with Matt Swaim, Sonrise Morning Show about fish. Each week we chat about foods, herbs, etc.mentioned in the Bible. Since this is the start of Lent and since fish will be at some good prices during the Lenten season, it’s a good time to eat more of this healthy food. FISH Fish. Many references abound John 21: 4-14 Talks about Jesus appearing … Continue reading Jeff’s Super Simple Salmon
Well, how could I resist? I just had to make salmon corn chowder. Why? Thank colleague Matt Swaim of the Sonrise Morning Show. We chatted early today and I shared a chicken chowder recipe (see chicken corn chowder post). Matt is a creative and sometimes “out of the box” cook and said he makes a version using salmon and shallots and whipping cream. So except … Continue reading Next up: Salmon Corn Chowder
I chatted with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show about chicken and its ancient Biblical roots. Did you know chickens were originally bred for cockfighting? I’m glad some savvy person way back then thought they might be good to eat. Here’s a recipe perfect for a bone chilling day like today. It’s about 22 degrees with a chill factor of 15. See how my blankets … Continue reading A Chicken Corn Chowder Kind of Soup Day