I remember a time when making friends and socializing was so easy. These days, my priority are my kids, and it's not so simple trying to schedule life around naps, playgroups, swimming, the frequent colds, teething, and 'off' days. Also with friends all over the country and the world, we tend to email or play phone-tag. So, I always send pictures of the children for the holidays (just like most parents, no?). And, it's always a blessing when our friends respond kindly.
A dear friend, Barbara returned an email to Hubs recently, and gave me this wonderfully simple recipe for salmon that is simple and tasty! This is what she wrote: "My latest really quick meal is to take a handful of coriander seeds, ground them, press a layer on or as the chef's say "crust" a couple pieces of salmon (coho or Atlantic best), add salt, pepper and cayenne pepper and saute in olive oil, on high, two minutes on a side covered. Can't beat it." Hip, Hip, Cheerio Barbara!
I made it without the cayenne pepper, and the children loved it with their steamed veggies and mashed potatoes! Thanks Barbara!
I always welcome any of your favorite recipes! :P