I couldn't come up with a better name. Or a shorter one. Unless you count the working name of "Stack" as a good title for this recipe. It works, but doesn't sound all that appetizing.
They're named "Opening Day Salmon Cakes" because they were made with the last of the salmon that Bill and Joe caught on Opening Day of Trout Season in RI.
This is what I made for my husband's birthday earlier this week.
We had gone in search of whole snapper, but no luck there, so Bill picked out a nice piece of Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon and a dozen oysters, and I took it from there.
I hadn't even planned on this "menu" but I was in the grocery store and saw some beautiful Sockeye Salmon filets and at that point I had no choice any more.
Tonight's dinner was the following: Smoked salmon (that we brined yesterday and put in the smoker this afternoon) and potato salad. Here's how we ate it...chunks of smoked salmon on a Ritz cracker with a small dollop of sour cream - trust me, it's a fabulous combination of flavors and textures. The potato salad was… Continue reading Tastes of Summer