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Tuesday’s Tip: Cooking Salmon

Hello there!  If you’ve missed me (like I’ve missed you), I’ve been busy eating my way through Austin!  But, recently I moved into a new apartment and my complex has BBQ grills.  I realized that I have never grilled (on my own) before, so I have found a new passion, way to cook, and a whole slew of recipes.  I’ve made pork tenderloin, turkey burgers, chicken, tons of veggies, and salmon.  But, I don’t have a meat thermometer, so I don’t know how long to sometimes cook the meat, fish, or poultry.  Well, today’s tip will help you decipher when salmon is done cooking without a thermometer.  Your fish should change in colors from translucent (red/raw) to opaque (pink) and when you cut into the thickest part with a knife, the fish should begin to flake.  It is suggested that you cook salmon at 400 or medium-high for 8-10 minutes for a 1-inch thick piece.  

Stay hungry…

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