Pesto Salmon Cakes

A can of wild-caught red salmon on the shelf is like money in the bank. Regardless of how bare the pantry shelves get, there’s always something to do with a can of salmon that turns out rather tasty. Not only does wild caught, canned salmon have the same nutritional benefits as wild caught fresh, canned has … Continue reading Pesto Salmon Cakes

Salmon Cakes over Spinach

I’m a big advocate of always being stocked with a can of red, wild-caught, Sockeye salmon. When in doubt, salmon cakes are always tasty on top of a salad — or rice. For most of the year, Pesto Salmon Cakes  have been my go-to salmon cake recipe. Last night, without any pesto on hand, I whipped up … Continue reading Salmon Cakes over Spinach

Pesto Fest: Summer’s Best Staple

Broccoli Pancakes with Pesto. Seriously, these were delicious. One of my favorite blogs, Beyond the Peel, came out with a recipe for 3 Ingredient Savory Pancakes, and I had to try them immediately, largely out of disbelief that 2 cups chopped broccoli, 4 eggs and 2 Tbsp. of ground flax zapped together in a food processor could turn into … Continue reading Pesto Fest: Summer’s Best Staple

Fast and Easy For When the Cupboard is (Nearly) Bare

What to cook when there’s no time or energy or food   I’ve had many a night, when I’m out of ideas or energy or the cupboards are bare, and the last thing I’m feeling inclined to do is consult a cookbook or search online for some ideas. With a half blue heeler at my … Continue reading Fast and Easy For When the Cupboard is (Nearly) Bare

Auto Pilot

What to cook when there’s no time or energy or food   I’ve had many a night, when I’m out of ideas or energy or the cupboards are bare, and the last thing I’m feeling inclined to do is consult a cookbook or search online for some ideas. With a half blue heeler at my … Continue reading Auto Pilot