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March 14, 2008

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aforkfulofspaghetti

Personally, I don't think you can ever have too much salade nicoise! Pretty good with hot smoked salmon, too, if you can get hold of it.

Kevin

Juggling nap times and babies is indeed a task. Good on ya for finding a solution.

The salad looks great. Any salad involving egg is good in my books, as is any dish involving salmon.

Fearless Kitchen

This looks great, and I love the fennel!

Paula

As I was leafing through Westworld today I stopped on this page and said to myself, I've seen that baby before. What a nice write up and a very cute photo of you and your wee one. Congrats!

Rachael

My darling, my darling...motherhood is such busy work!

I think this sounds fab. I hope your trips to the market become more frequent though!

Mwoah,
Rachael

Claire P.

Hey! I just wanted to tell you how much I had fun seeing your blog's name!
I'm studying private international law, soon in a PhD I hope, and I was too much happy to find a blog looking like the horrible "lex mercatoria" but fool of wonderful things to eat!
I love your dishes! Congratulations for everything!
And cheers for your motherhood!

Amber

Just happened upon your blog while searching for Canadian food blogs. This recipe looks scrumptious. Thanks!

Amber

Just happened upon your blog while searching for Canadian food blogs. This recipe looks scrumptious. Thanks!

Amber

Just happened upon your blog while searching for Canadian food blogs. This recipe looks scrumptious. Thanks!

Neen

I'm trying to face my fear and conquer salads. Yours looks wonderful, especially with the egg. Duly bookmarked.

Neen

I'm trying to face my fear and conquer salads. Yours looks wonderful, especially with the egg. Duly bookmarked.

Sorina

It look's to good to be through I am definitely going to try this

wael

iam always looking for new ideas for a good salad this serves the purpose the ingredients complement each other nicely and give out a great flavour

Sophie

I love coming across a recipe that actually tastes better the next day :). Those are the best. This sounds like such a tasty way to use salmon! I would love to feature your recipe in our Demy, the first and only digital recipe reader. You can find out more about it here: http://mydemy.com/

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Piedro Molinero

Reading this recipe I am already getting hungry. It sounds so delicious, I will definitely give it a try. Thank you for sharing this.

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Peel cooked eggs and slice lengthwise into quarters. Set aside. Heat a large nonstick pan, sprayed with oil, over medium high heat. Cook the salmon steaks on each side until cooked, about 8 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fish. sprinkle fish with salt and pepper and squeeze lemon over it.

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