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    My passion is to master the art of cooking sea food. I read about sea life and try to develop recipes worthy of the richness of inhabitants of the seas. This particular recipe is a supermarket "freebie" from the seafood department, generously provided by Heritage Salmon. Serve with new, baby red potatoes, asparagus spears and a salad of mixed greens.

    Recipe #100382

    From COOKING WITH JUNKI YOSHIDA. Prep time and cooking time are guesses. Lucky to get the # of servings. But it sounds very quick. This made with Good Oregon Products, you may use your brands, but wont taste as good though. Ha Ha.

    Recipe #86733

    I can't remember where I got this recipe, but it makes the best salmon cakes I have ever had! I like to use leftover fresh salmon if I can, but it's great just the way it's written.

    Recipe #177738

    This recipe goes along with the Hillvilla Pumpkin Pie recipe that I just posted. It's the special seasoning that baker Eddie Palaski used for his famous pumpkin pie served at the Hillvilla Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, and was printed along with his obituary in the Oregonian newspaper.

    Recipe #217417

    In Portland, Oregon there was a restaurant called the Hillvilla. It was most famous for it's pumpkin pie. When the baker Eddie Palaske died, this recipe was posted in the Oregonian in his obituary, he was so well known for it. The special seasoning for this pie is different, but makes the best pumpkin pie that I have ever eaten, and when I make it for holidays, it gets rave reviews! I have not used any other recipe for over 25 years! I am sure you will love it! The time listed to prepare does not include cooking time.

    Recipe #217414

    This recipe showcases the bounty of our beautiful state! Printed in our local newspaper. The state of Oregon is a leading supplier of cranberries in the US.

    Recipe #185308

    This oustanding recipe was a favorite of my husband's and I on our honeymoon at Seaside Oregon located on the northern pacific coast.

    Recipe #61907

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A tasty, quick dish. Removed head and bones from trout, but otherwise leave whole. I leave the crispy skin, but it can be removed before serving. Serve with a rice pilaf (Recipe #202897 is good) and green veggie.

    Recipe #203860

    This has amazed our guests for years, but is so easy it leaves me time to enjoy their company! And sometimes hubby and I just have it together with a very oaky Chardonnay. The use of unsalted butter is imperative for this recipe, else it is way too salty! This serves 4 for a pretty filling appetizer or 2 for a meal with a salad. You can use clams instead of mussels if you wish. There will be plenty of broth to soak up with a nice crusty bread.

    Recipe #161168

    From Cooking Pleasures magazine The blue cheese was too strong for my husband and me. Next time I will use feta. "Sweet, delicious pears do double-duty in this pretty salad. They're diced and sauteed in butter for the salad's base, as well as sliced and served raw atop the mixed greens. For a crispy accompaniment, toast baguette slices and spread them with a creamy blue cheese. Look for an Oregon blue, such as Rogue Creamery Oregon Blue Vein Cheese." To toast hazelnuts, place on baking sheet; bake at 375 4-6 minutes or until slightly darker in color and skins begin to crack. Cool.

    Recipe #134743

    This is from the Tillamook Cheese Factory - some of the best cheese in the world!!!!! Of course I'm biased cause they're in my home state :-) This is my fave beer cheese soup -- you can use other cheese, just make sure it's extra sharp!

    Recipe #84330


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