Oh man, so many choices. Tpo 10.
1.Dredge in flour and pan fry in a couple inches of hot sunflower oil until lightly browned. Sprinkle with salt and serve with baked sweet potatoes.
2. Place on a stell rack, on top of a jelly-roll sheet, and drizzle with melted butter of EVOO. Sprinkle a bit of Itallian bread crumbs, and a bit of parmesan chees over the top and broil 3 inches under the heat until done.
3. Place on a rased rack, with rosemary sprigs and applewood shavings underneath, all in a stovetop smoker. Drizzle a touch of lemon juice on top and place on stovetop, over medium heat for about 40 minutes. Lightly salt and serve with fresh, rustic bread.
4. Throw that beautiful fish on the grill, over hardwood charcoal, with chunks of alder to provide smoke. Cook until done.
5. Pan fry in just a bit of butter, slighly salt and pepper, and then cut into cubes. Toss lightly into a red-leaf, or other leafy lettuce salad. Drizzle with some good balsamic vinager.
6. Poach in a mixture of milk and tarrgon & garlic, with butter. Serve with a bechemel flavored with butter and lemon.
7. Mince the raw salmon and combine with 1 large egg, 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, 1/2 onioin minced, 1/2 red bell pepper, minced, 1/2 tsp. tarragon, salt and pepper, and 1/2 tsp. cayene pepper. Form into thin patties and dredge in panko bread crumbs. Lightly fry in hot oil until just browned.
8. Place onto a parchemnt paper lined jelly-roll pan, sprinkle with salt, garlic, and paprikka. Bake at 400' F. for 20 minutes. Serve with oven fried potatoes.
9. Place in a foil pouch with sliced pottatoes, coarse-chopped onion, and sliced carrot. Seal and bake for thirty minutes, or until the veggies are soft, but with a light crunch.
10. Put it in a cast-iron pan with a bit of bacon fat and fry over a camp fire. Serve with fried potato slices.
If you can't get inspiration from that list... And I haven't even wandered into the soup, stew, and chowder fields yet, or the ice cream.
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