How to cook stuffed salmon : Samsung cooktop
How To Cook Stuffed Salmon
- filled with something; "a stuffed turkey"
- Fill (a receptacle or space) tightly with something
- (stuffing) a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables
- Hastily or clumsily push (something) into a space
- Force or cram (something) tightly into a receptacle or space
- crammed with food; "a full stomach"; "I feel stuffed"
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- pink-orange: of orange tinged with pink
- any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters; usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn
- a tributary of the Snake River in Idaho
- The flesh of this fish as food
- Any of a number of fishes that resemble the true salmons, in particular
- A large edible fish that is a popular game fish, much prized for its pink flesh. Salmon mature in the sea but migrate to freshwater streams to spawn
- someone who cooks food
- prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
- English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
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- (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached
- Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
Jake's Famous Crawfish
Stuffed Salmon (with crawfish and bay shrimp) $28
Ah, the #2 stop of the "over-hyped, over-price, yet incredibly mediocre" restaurant of the trip. I must admit, the meal started great. The sourdough bread was good, the steamed mussels in white wine garlic sauce was excellent. Then came the clam chowder, which was just another cup of clam chowder, completely boring. When I was choosing the entree I really couldn't decide, I normally don't get fish in a western restaurant since I think asians know how to cook fish better, but I was in the pacific northwest, salmon seemed a must. The waitress recommended the stuffed salmon, said that it was the most popular dish, so I said ok (not realizing that this dish was $28, or I would've never ordered this). Well, this was pretty foul. The salmon was incredibly fishy, the stuffing was entirely too heavy on an already heavy fish. Ugh, the more I think about how much I paid for it the more angry I get. And look at the plate, how ugly is this thing for $28?
BTW, I don't have any photos from the #3 of the "over-hyped, over-price, yet incredibly mediocre" restaurant , but it was Typhoon in portland, a Thai restaurant. We went there mainly because it was 2 blocks from the hotel, and I had difficulty walking as I had severe back pain. Let's just say that I have had better thai food from a dirty take out place in LA with 1/2 of the price tag.
Salmon fillet stuffed with steamed asparagus rolled in tarragon and salt.
Lighting: SB-800 through an umbrella from high back and slightly to camera right. SB-28 aimed at the white wall in the background. I held a piece of white paper up just camera left to fill the front shadows.
I was cooking a whole meal for a dinner party that night, so it was a little frantic. I had my "studio" setup on the kitchen table, and as things got to interesting points I set them up and took a few shots. I couldn't take too long with any one thing, or I wouldn't have things ready in time! Luckily, one of my guests is also a photographer, so there wasn't too much complaining when I wanted to get a shot of the plated meal before we sat down.
In the end this shot seemed to me to be the most suited for "the cover of a high-end food magazine". The near translucence of the back-lit fish is very appealing to me, and I like how the green and white set off the salmon and make it look extra fresh and healthy. I was happy with several other results, though, and I learned a lot by trying to find the right look for all the different kinds of food I tried out.
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