Salmon with Pea Tendrils

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on February 18, 2011

Two weeks ago when my sisters were visiting, both escaping to California from their snowy, rainy, wintery climes, we took Nona out to lunch.  We drove a little north of Los Angeles, [click to continue…]


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Moroccan Salmon for Passover

March 14, 2010

One of my dear friends and I were trading recipes and menus for the upcoming Passover holiday.  She explained her method for making Moroccan style salmon.  I have encountered many recipes for Moroccan style fish, but they usually include garbanzo beans and are made with white fish. This recipe contains neither

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Sephardic Salmon for Passover

March 8, 2010

Lemon and fresh parsley are frequently used flavors in Turkish food.  My mother served a traditional fish course at the start of every holiday dinner and many times at lunch on the Sabbath. Growing up in Seattle, salmon was the fish of choice.  There are many Turkish recipes

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