Submitted to Taste of Home magazine by Mark Trinklein. The first time I made this, it was as part of a romantic dinner I made for Valentine's Day. Very good and a keeper! It reheats well, too. I wouldn't hesitate to make it in advance.
This is from my mother's Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library from the 70's. I've been enjoying it for 3 decades! It's so delicious, and not as hard as the recipe is lengthy. It makes even a novice cook look pretty darn impressive!
Such a great dessert recipe given to me by an online acquaintance, that I actually purchased parfait glasses for this, though totally unnecessary. When I brought them to the table my father-in-law said, "Wow! Did you 'make' those?" Made me smile. : ) They were a hit, but the kid's don't like the coconut (surprise, surprise). (Cook time is chill time)
This recipe came from Allrecipes (Ruth Crickmer). My whole family loved it even though it cooked too fast. The original recipe said 'high heat' on the grill, which my husband did. It ended up cooking 8 minutes total, charred but not burnt tasting, and very juicy and flavorful. We'll turn down the heat next time for texture, but this is a keeper in our home!
This comes from "Seafood Twice a Week". It was my first attempt at cooking fish. It always turns out great and gave me the confidence to try other fish preparations. It's also great for those nights when you're just too tired to cook. The next day, leftovers mashed and mixed make a good halibut-salad sandwich. My favorite is halibut with this preparation, but salmon is good this way, too.