Asian Baked Salmon, the fat fair — 8 Comments

  1. I’m watching a movie and there’s a movie-in-a-movie playing, with Buster Keaton in it. He was looking in the butcher shop where the sign said, Chuck Roast, $0.17 per pound! When it’s on sale here, or on a ‘beef fair’ (I love that!) it’s $4.99. But at least at my store, it comes packaged in neat little packs.

    I think that would be my biggest culture shock. I can disassociate myself from the meat I eat because it comes from the grocer’s meat counter. I’m not sure that I wouldn’t end up a vegetarian if I had to look it in the face before I ate it…

  2. One gift. I like that idea. I think it’s too late though to convince anyone here to go with it!

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  4. Kate, the French do love their duck fat 😉

    nightsmusic, when we first move to Andorra (1997) there were un-skinned rabbits hanging at the meat counter…. more than I wanted to deal with LOL

    Pam, we just quit completely a few years ago – now we take a weekend trip and buy good food LOL

  5. Betty, actually the person who told me this was our substitute teacher in French school – and she’s only 23. I admit I’m not totally convinced, but it’s true in her family anyway… Maybe it’s a small town / country thing

  6. Katie – this sauce for your salmon sounds delicious. We still have 3 or 4 flash frozen caught at sea coho and sockeye salmon in our freezer…definitely want to try out this dish…yum!