Thursday, December 29, 2005

lox & bread (part 2)

Today's breakfast was the smoked salmon that we received, a warm mizuna (potherb mustard) salad, the bread that I bought (cranberry-lavender & the baguette) toasted and with cream cheese and a pear that we also received the other day.

I think the salmon was dry smoked, so the meat literally crumbles while slicing. The smoke flavor is really subtle and you can really taste the salmon's flavor. It was really good!

My friend's husband (the one who caught the salmon) had his catch canned and smoked at a place called St. Jean's in B.C. Canada. Even if you don't catch anything while fishing, you can still buy some great fish from them!!

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