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April 20, 2008


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I haven't been able to get ENOUGH of this gorgeous weather! My kids don't want to come inside! I'm glad you were able to enjoy it! :)


Dad looks so comfy out there in his chair, toasting us all!

That salmon looks AMAZING!!! I never realized that you didn't care for salmon all that much. You used to make it for the inn all the time and gave me your recipe for dill sauce, that we always have loved.


Yes it has been amazing, and today was even better than yesterday! We were back out on the dock again, this time with Screwdrivers!
What a life!


Hi Kerri!
Nope, never liked salmon, although I have been told mine is the best! I didn't make cucumber dill sauce this time, just marinated it.


That salmon looks really tasty! Just so you know, I have "bestowed" to you the Blogging with a Purpose award. You can see it here: http://sweetsbysarah.blogspot.com/2008/04/blogging-with-purpose.html.


This looks so good! I love salmon. I usually make a veggie relish type thing and cook it all in the oven wrapped in foil. I will have to try your recipe the next time I make it.



When I make the salmon, I use a simple McCormick mix. It's called Grill Mates and the flavor is Zesty Herb Marinade. The other one I use is the Wine & Herb Marinade. Both are good for fish, but can be used for pork, chicken and beef too.

I just dump all this in a big Ziploc bag:
1 packet of marinade mix
1/3 cup water
3 Tablespoons oil
3 Tablespoons vinegar

Marinate for 30 minutes and it's ready to grill!

Shawn Kreig

Ooh I wish I were there! Looks beautiful! I can't believe you don't like salmon! I lived in Seattle for a long time and really learned to love salmon there. I like to marinate mine in soy sauce, fresh ginger, cumin, cayenne, and a little olive oil. Then grill it. It's sort of Asian, but not too..

Shawn K.

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