Our amazing grilled seasoned salmon dinner from the Fraser River.

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Tonight, I had the most amazing dinner I’ve had for a very long time: grilled seasoned salmon caught in the mighty Fraser River last night by Mark; and garden fresh peas, green beans and store-bought carrots.
grilled seasoned salmon dinner Our amazing grilled seasoned salmon dinner from the Fraser River.

Just feast your eyes on the delicious grilled seasoned salmon dinner with garden fresh vegetables my darling husband made. (Click image for full size view.)

Unluckily for me (or maybe I should say luckily, after this meal), I wrenched my back quite badly moving furniture and had to ask Mark to cook the dinner.

I think I’ll wrench my back more often, because I certainly don’t cook like this. Just have a peek at the Facebook post Mark did of his photo of the meal, and I’m sure you’d feel the same way.

Fraser River Our amazing grilled seasoned salmon dinner from the Fraser River.

The Fraser River

For the salmon, he seasoned it with lemon pepper and baked it for about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. The vegetables were done the usual simple way.

If I could trade places with Mark, I would gladly work his 9-5 job and he could do all the cooking.

He has been spending quite a bit more time fishing lately, but he can keep right on doing so, if this is the kind of reward I can look forward to.

photo credit: meironke via photopin cc

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A fifties' child, mom, wife, avid genealogy researcher, web contributor and author/owner of four blogs including Empty Nest Ancestry, Feathering the Empty Nest Nest, Top Web Blog Tips, Job Bully, and our extensive family genealogy database site at Blythe Genealogy.

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  1. Veronica Lee says:

    Mmmm!!!! Looks delish!
    Hi! Stopping by from Mom Bloggers Club. Great blog!
    Have a nice day!

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Christine Blythe
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