I learned something from Good Morning America on Tuesday morning, when you post something on the internet, you are essentially a publisher whether it's writing a blog or even sharing something on Facebook, you are still actually being a publisher and therefore have to take responsibility for the item you share or what you say in anything you write. This was as a result of GMA's lawyer being asked about a case where a particular picture was shared on Facebook, but it applies across the board. I understand that about blogging, but I was surprised about sharing something on FB.
We were originally told that the Pest Control people would be back two weeks after they came, now
For supper on Tuesday night, I decided to have poached salmon so I selected this very simple recipe. I altered it slightly. In the first part (which is a court bouillon) I added thinly sliced carrots and finely chopped celery leaves. Gave it a good flavour.
Poach delicious salmon steaks or fillets in only 15 minutes! Salmon poached in white wine, seasoned with fresh dill.
Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes
Yield: Serves 2 to 4 or more, depending on the size of the fillet
INGREDIENTS 1 to 1½ pounds salmon fillets, pin bones removed
½ cup dry white wine (a good Sauvignon Blanc)
½ cup water
1 shallot, peeled and thinly sliced or a few thin slices of onion
Several sprigs of fresh dill or sprinkle of dried dill
A sprig of fresh parsley Freshly ground black pepper
A few slices of fresh lemon to serve
METHOD 1 Sprinkle the salmon fillets with a little salt. Put the wine, water, dill, parsley and shallots or onions in a sauté pan, and bring to a simmer on medium heat. 2 Place salmon fillets, skin-side down on the pan. Cover. Cook 5 to 10 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fillet, or to desired done-ness. Do not overcook. Serve sprinkled with freshly ground black pepper and a slice or two of lemon.
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