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Salmon and Tuna Loaf with Tarragon Tarter Sauce; the update — 10 Comments

  1. Oh Katie
    This is my kind of food Tarragon mayo is a great accompaniment. Its raining here and really miserable might just make it for lunch

  2. I do love living vicariously through your renovations. And even better, you always dish up something wonderful to go with it. This time is no exception.

  3. I’m loving the sound of this “fishloaf”.
    Renovations are so much more interesting from this distance! But you are lucky that your mari is so handy at doing so much.

  4. Go walls! Useful things. Kind of important. I suppose.
    This loaf looks excellent! I’ve actually never seen anything like it.

  5. Ah, progress! Even down in the depths of the wall, progress! When I lived in Phila, PA, in an 200+ yr old house from the revolutionary war time, and now on the historic register, the house owner found a toy, and papers in the walls when he was remodeling. Why the toy and papers in the wall I wondered, but I will likely not know. One day, someone will find your key plumbing part and wonder why it was in the wall.

  6. Gilli, good for a rainy day – easy and warming.
    Val, it was a regular on the Friday schedule at our house…. Well, not this version, but you know what I mean.
    Ruth, I’d like to try vicarious for a bit ;-))
    Toni, exactly, distance makes it all more fun.
    Joanne, we do like to have them around the bathroom. That old bush I used a year ago was a bit in the open.
    Year on the Grill – and catch up on the magazines?
    Ina, well – didn’t have enough salmon and I liked the flavor better ;-))
    Pam, we get the tiles this weekend – we hope!
    Lannae, they will wonder – it’s still in the orignal package with price…..

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