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We love a fish sandwich, but for some reason we tended to order salmon burgers on a restaurant menu but never made them at home. Time to change that! We created this simple salmon "burger" for a delicious balance of rich salmon, made sweet and smoky using our Maple Salmon Rub, topped with herbaceous dill dip. It was delicious! Suggestion: don't forget the lemon squeeze right before eating - it makes a real difference in flavor.
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Group text chains are low on my list of favorite things, but there is one on my phone that is a consistent 10/10. It’s home to twelve current and former professional sailors who happen to be some of the best ladies around. Late last week I asked them to share their favorite boat snacks. The text chain lit up with a mixed bag of yum.
Designed in Denmark, the Eva Solo Burger Press's minimalistic look packs a serious punch by producing patties that are over an inch thick. I used the press for raw vegetarian rounds from Eat Cool: Good Food for Hot Days by Vanessa Seder. It was the prefect recipe for day three of a heat wave! The end results were tightly packed patties that held together on soft buns. The rounds were made of sun-dried tomatoes, cashews and shredded beet. We paired our patties with SKORDO Dill Dip made with yogurt.
With our 60+ custom blends & rubs, it can be overwhelming to decide which sounds best to you! On each of SKORDO’s jars you’ll find the ingredients listed from what you’ll taste first to what you’ll taste last. This helps gauge how spicy or salty or sweet a blend may be. The world of barbecue is vast and delicious, but the expectations vary from region to region. In our “Grillin” kit, you’ll find North Carolina Barbecue Rub, Memphis Barbecue Rub, Barbecue Brisket Rub, and Kansas City Barbecue Rub.