I found this a rather unusual recipe but my creative mind started to wander and I thought of sitting on the beach, grilling fresh sardines on a fire and adding it to some pasta...shortly thereafter the calculator part of my brain (the 'Money Man') kicked in and I though, "well a can of sardines runs a buck or two-for about four ounces. I can go to the fish counter and get fresh salmon for around $8 a pound or about $2 for four ounces...just like sardines. If I can afford a pound I'll get it, or a small fillet and make pasta!" then I found 'Grilled Salmon I' on this site (2600+ five stars reviews-amazing) and started thinking about asian noodles and grilled salmon, maybe a little steamed broccoli-but that's another story for another day. I haven't even cooked anything yet, but I have some copper river (Alaska) Sockeye salmon in the freezer from last fall so I now know what dinner will be tomorrow night! Grilled salmon and pasta with a salad. Using this as a 'base recipe'. Is this a great site or what? I learned to cook a little from America's test kitchen and foodnetwork, but it's this site and all you guys who taught me how to really cook. And your folks who get all torqued when people change the recipes? Calm down! Have fun! It's our food, not brain surgery! We can do what ever we want. So I gave this five stars for its inspriration.
I will report back to you all with the results. And thanks to sonnychiba for the ideas.
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I found this a rather unusual recipe but my creative mind started to wander and I thought of...