Friday, June 6, 2014

FFwD: Salmon Rillettes

Snack or sandwich filling!

Enjoyed making this up
the smoked salmon added lightness
to the flaked poached salmon
I used finely chopped red onions instead of scallions
and juice of one whole lemon
lunch:
salmon rillettes with
rice crackers, green apples and pickled ginger
with mini manhatten cheesecake
and chinese tea!
and of course I followed up
with a sandwich with the salman rillettes filling!
not on a diet!
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Life sucks when none
of all my cameras work
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The Doristas is a lovely group of humans from all
over the globe and they are a source of
inspiration to each other in life and in helping
each other along cooking through
Dorie Greenspan's Around My French Table
and 
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I have been doing the NOW bit for the last half a decade
and enjoying every bit of it
and DH is surprised with my independance
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do check out the rest of group's results for this week's recipe at:
 
salmon rillettes - page 26

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6 comments:

Mary Hirsch said...

Why, Emily, I was just charging along, reading and enjoying your Post before getting to the Link about an interesting Post. So, of course I clicked on the Link and it was ME. Thank you. Thank you. I never know if what I write is good or just silly. This week you and Andrea have inspired me to "keep on truckin' " (a Midwestern expression.) Ironically, I finished off my remaining Salmon Rillettes with rice crackers also and liked that combo. I also used a red onion because I wanted the color. Again, merci beaucoup. I am inspired by everyone in this group also.

Anonymous said...

This was good, wasn't it? I'm glad you liked it too.

Andrea_TheKitchenLioness said...

Emily, so nice to read that you enjoyed this week´s recipe for Salmon Rillettes - a fabulous recipe, I agree.

Cakelaw said...

Two great ways to seeve your rillettes - yum.

Kathy said...

I enjoyed mine both ways! I loved this one! Very nice!

Jora said...

Mini Manhattan Cheesecake?! That sounds delicious. Pickled ginger also sounds like a great addition to your lunch spread.