Glazing is a very popular add-on to cabinets – it enhances the details of the door style and "hangs up" in distress marks, carved accents and moulding profiles. The material is flooded over the wood surface and then hand-wiped, making each piece unique. Glaze will settle into "open" woods such as Red Oak and Hickory, so the grain pattern will be more noticeable. On all wood species, a little bit of glaze will be retained across the entire surface, subtly altering the base color.
Wild salmon are just starting to move into NW rivers, and that has us thinking about recipes for this fresh seasonal bounty. Salmon is an excellent source of omega-3s (which reduce inflammation), vitamin D, and a host of other nutrients. Wild Pacific salmon are plentiful due to careful management, and this promises to be a record year.
From wood plank grilled or parchment wrapped to glazed, poached and baked, there are hundreds of recipes for indoor and outdoor cooking. (And don't forget dips, salads, appetizers, even salmon chowder - yum!) Lemon and butter are classic ingredients, along with teriyaki, brown sugar, and pepper, but new flavors are being introduced all the time.
Here are three incredible sounding dishes that we can't wait to try!