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Old 10-24-2006, 12:42 PM   #11
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Anyway, mom's salmon cakes...1 can salmon with juices, 1/2 cup fresh bread or cracker crumbs, tbspn each of chives dill and parsley (fresh is best) 2 eggs beaten, mix gently till incorporated. add 2 tbspn butter melted. mix

form into patties or put in buttered fish mold.. pan fry in butter medium heat 8 to 10 min per side. or put mold in hot water bath in 350 oven 50 min. let stand 10 min unmold and drizzle with cheese sauce (rarebit or dill havarti sauce)

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Old 10-25-2006, 11:42 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by buckytom
i am quite honored gw! wow does that look good! i like the idea of lime juice and cayenne.

copying, printing. need to pick up some montreal seasoning.

dw's on a fish thing lately, so i'll make these one night soon. my mom and dad love salmon patties, both having been raised on them as well. mom makes one that you might easily mistake for a very good crab cake.

thanks gw, and thanks to your dad too. (he was a sorcerer? )
BT; it's the least I could do for dragging you kicking and screaming into my schoolboy adventures against the hot tub ladies. And besides, I know that we have similar tastes and it just does my heart good to give something to a freind.

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