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Created with the idea of family and gathering in mind, this is a shareable dish that's easy enough to prepare
Recipe by The Food Gays
?As far back as I can remember, salmon has been something that has brought my family together. I have vivid memories from childhood, around the age of 11 or 12, waking up early in the morning and heading out with a big group of us to go fishing for salmon in Port Alberni. Everyone worked together to gather fish for the entire family. It was hard work, no doubt, but always a lot of fun too. My aunt and grandma would spend hours gutting and cleaning the catch, then deciding what would be canned, smoked, vacuum packed for winter, or just cooked straight away.
“Adrian and I created this recipe with the idea of family and gathering in mind. A shareable dish that’s easy enough to prepare, these irresistible Crispy Salmon Spheres with Lemon Herb Aioli pair beautifully with Nk’Mip Chardonnay. With its crisp notes of pineapple, pear and citrus, it’s the perfect wine to sip and enjoy with family and friends while you create new memories this summer season.
It’s easy to see why food nostalgia is so strong with most of us—it’s what connects us all. And each of us has a different story to tell, which is part of what makes it so unique. ?
Jeremy Inglett, The Food Gays