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Chef Cardwell joins the show to discuss Summer cooking and some techniques for making salmon and a tomato and corn salad.

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Recipe: Seared Wild Alaskan King Salmon Medallions and Grilled Summer Corn~Tomato Salad.

Serves Two as Entree Four as Appetizer With Extra Salad

  • 1 Pound Skinless Wild Salmon Fillet

Seasoning Blend

  • 1Tbl Spoon Sea salt, 1 Tsp Coarse Black Pepper, 1/4 tsp chipotle chili powder, 1Tsp Ground Coriander, 1Tsp Granulated Garlic

Cut Salmon into equal thickness medallions (approximately 8 slices)

On Plate Drizzle lightly with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and liberally season with spice blend

Cook in a preheated grill pan or on live hot grill for approximately two minutes flip and cook anouther two minutes (salmon should be rare)

Grilled Corn Salad

4 each husked and washed ears of corn, Rub with E.V.O. and season salt & pepper

cook on hot grill till tender and charred, cool and remove corn kernels from cob, Reserve

1 cup diced sweet onion ( Vidalia Or Maui) 1ea jalapeno split seeded & fine diced, !ea fresno chili split ,seeded &fine diced, 2 cups Mixed color Grape or Cherry tomatoes split

½ cup extra virgin olive oil

2 ea limes zested and juiced

2tsp sea salt, 1tsp black pepper

¼ cup fresh basil leaves sliced thin. ¼ cup picked cilantro leaves, ¼ cup mint leaves sliced thin

Place all salad ingredients in bowl, wisk together lime zest, juice and olive oil to blend season with S&P. Pour dressing over salad, add cut herbs toss to blend and taste for seasoning

Arugula: Washed Baby Arugula, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Salt & Pepper

Lightly dress arugula with oil & season

Plate Arugula, Top With Salmon And Corn Salad

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