be nice to share a homey meal of salmon patties with you today. This is my
mother’s recipe, and quite frankly, I love it so much that I always put a few
patties aside for breakfast. I even eat them cold. As kids, and when I could
eat more carbs, these were served with white rice and gravy made from the oil
and pan drippings. Nowadays I choose a more carb friendly side. I hope you’ll
leaving bones and skin in bowl. Add eggs and veggies and mix well. Add cornmeal
and mix well.
Heat oil in skillet until it shimmers. Form patties
using a 2-inch diameter spoon and fry in oil until golden brown on both sides.
It may take 2 batches to cook all patties and you may need to add a bit more
oil as they fry. Keep patties warm in a low temperature oven while your second
Makes 12 patties
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Groom for Mama.
travels the country in search of a husband, she has a lot of dates that involve
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One date for every medical test—that’s the deal. Allison, however, gets more than she bargains for. She gets a Groom for Mama.
Beverly Walters is dying, and before she goes she has one wish—to find a groom for her daughter. To get the deed done, Mama enlists the dating service of Jack Somerset, Allison’s former boyfriend.
The last thing corporate-climbing Allison wants is a husband. Furious with Mama’s meddling, and a bit more interested in Jack than she wants to admit, Allison agrees to the scheme as long as Mama promises to search for a cure for her terminal illness.
A cross-country trip from Nevada to Ohio ensues, with a string of disastrous dates along the way, as the trio hunts for treatment and A Groom For Mama.
Multi-award-winning author Catherine Castle has been writing all her life. A former freelance writer, she has over 600 articles and photographs to her credit (under her real name) in the Christian and secular market. Now she writes sweet and inspirational romance. Her debut inspirational romantic suspense, The Nun and the Narc, from Soul Mate Publishing, has garnered multiple contests finals and wins.
Catherine loves writing, reading, traveling, singing, watching movies, and the theatre. In the winter she loves to quilt and has a lot of UFOs (unfinished objects) in her sewing case. In the summer her favorite place to be is in her garden. She’s passionate about gardening and even won a “Best Hillside Garden” award from the local gardening club.
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