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MC

Sounds yummy. It might be missing a little Survivalin' Spice as substitute for the cayenne, salt, and pepper...

MC's late season Sockeye salmon...

Get enough ears of corn for everyone...
Put each ear in a strip of aluminum foil...
Slice a few pats of butter and place on ear...
Sprinkle ear, foil, butter with Survival Spice...
Wrap 'em up into a tight foil wrap...

Get some filets at the store...
Lay them in a large baking dish...
Sprinkle liberally (and I mean classical liberalism :)) with Survival Spice...
Cover with the juice of 6 or so lemons and 1 or so limes...
Marinate so about 4-5 hours...
When ready, fire up the grill at high temp...
Put the ears of corn on the 'high rack' of the grill as soon as you turn it on...
Place filets skin side down, grill at 450 degrees for four minutes...
Turn - skin will be crispy, peel it off and discard...
Sprinkle skin removed side of filets with Survival Spice liberally again, pour remaining liquid from baking dish over filets...
Turn corn on high rack...
Cook another 4 minutes at 450 degrees...
Turn again and cook until fat erupts from filets (usually about 1 to 2 minutes more)...
Take fish off of grill onto serving plate...
Put corn on lower grilling surface for 1 to 2 more minutes...

Serve with a salad...

I made dinner tonight :)

Scott P

Wow, you both are rocking.

The cloves in the lentil soup is a nice touch.

anonymous

Tonight it was Shake 'N Bake chicken breasts with jarred chicken gravy, instant baby red mashed taters, frozen mixed veggies and Pillsbury big-ass tinned biscuits. And a bit 'o chard. I'm such a loser. Tired. Bedtime. Night all...

Jake

Jake's Chicken Noodle Soup recipe;

(1) Can Campbells' Chicken Noodle Soup
(1) Can water.

Directions: Empty contents into a small pan. Add one can water. Heat until steamy. Serve with crumbled up crackers.

Ana

Jake. You're gonna make me cry, boy.

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