1:22 PM Posted by Martha A Cheves
1 Can Alaskan Sockeye Salmon
Loaf(An Alex Special)
2 Cups Bread Crumbs
2 Heaping tablespoons Mayonnaise
1 One tablespoon of dry Mustard (you may use wet mustard as a substitute)
½ Onion (diced) or tablespoon of onion powder
½ teaspoon Black Pepper
1 Egg (beaten)
2 Cups Chicken stock (you may use beef stock or water as a substitute.)
Place salmon (including liquid) in a large mixing bowl, discard bone. Use the back of a fork to break salmon into small pieces. Add breadcrumbs and mix with salmon. Add mayonnaise, mustard onion and egg then mix ingredients together thoroughly. Add chicken stock and pepper, mix well. Note: If you substitute water for chicken stock you may add a level teaspoon of salt. Form into a loaf then place into loaf or baking pan. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes depending on oven. Serves 6. Leftover taste great when sliced and fried with oil or butter. Original recipe from the Budget Gourmet
The Case of the Death Dealer - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish
Alex Steele is at it again in this short story involving Fat Daddy and Dr. Death. It seems that both deal in drugs and were actually associates, that is until Fat Daddy had Dr. D's sister killed. Now the good doctor is out for revenge and his revenge will be targeted at Fat Daddy's customers. His plan... he has taunted Fat Daddy's next cocaine shipment with an odorless poison that has been sprayed on the drugs.
Alex, hired by an old schoolmate, which he really has no use for, takes the case to hopefully prevent this mass murder of some of the local junkies. Will he find the drugs in time? Let's sure hope so.
As with all of the Alex Steele books, this one is filled with action, suspense and the reader holding on to the edge of the seat. I'm crossing my fingers that we'll see even more of this character in the very near future.