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I think I’ve spent the last five nights dreaming about Grey’s Anatomy.

Instead, I wish that I had dreamt that I was studying for the Boards.  Flipping through flashcards with various pharmaceuticals on them.  Reciting things like mechanism of action, contraindications, and adverse drug reactions.  This way I could learn while I sleep.  Doesn’t that seem ridiculously efficient to you?

However, I have a feeling that in order to be capable of doing this, I have to actually know these things to begin with.  They have to be trapped somewhere in the depths of my subconscious.

They are not.

I’ve looked.

All that’s there is a deep and unruly love of Patrick Dempsey and a large tray of red velvet cupcakes topped with a vat of really good cream cheese frosting.  All the things I want, but in real life can’t have.  Sigh. I have a sad subconscious.

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Can I tell you what else has gone awry lately?

My shower.  It refuses to get hot.  And for someone who only really gets warm when surrounded by scalding hot water.  This is a problem.

It’s really hard to focus when your bones are cold.

I shall be raising a ruckus about this, hear you me.

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But first.  In order to make my brain infinitely more functional.  Increase its acuity by at least a gazillion-fold.

I’ve decided to eat more fish.  Yes, I know, it’s a tough life but what can you do?

Let’s discuss salmon.  Did you know that a 3.5 oz serving of salmon has 988 IUs of vitamin D?  Did you know that that’s over 100% of what the daily recommended dose is?  It also has obscenely amazing amounts of omega-3 fatty acids.  Which help prevent cancer, protect you from cardiovascular disease, improve immune function, and make your memory better.

However, I feel compelled to let you know that this is only true for wild salmon.  And so while I don’t like to profess my love of all things organic and grass-fed and cage-free on this blog, I’m going to have to say that if you’re going to cut corners anywhere, salmon shouldn’t be it.  Farmed salmon is one of the few instances where the decrease in nutritional benefits of eating inorganically has actually been proven.  So while it’s a little more expensive than farmed…I’ve decided that passing the boards is totally worth it.  Plus, I ate beans the rest of the week.  So it all evened out.

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The glaze on this salmon is truly a beautiful thing.  It’s sweet and then it’s spicy and then your eyes are rolling back in your head and you are moaning with happiness.  And it’s complimented perfectly by the almost buttery salmon and the hominy puree.  I had no idea how good of a thing hominy was until I made this.  Now I can’t get enough.  If you’re not into salmon or are a vegetarian, I think this would also be excellent with chicken or tofu!

Roast Salmon with Sweet Chipotle Glaze and Hominy Puree
Serves 2, adapted from Bon Appetit April 2011

3 chipotle chiles from canned chipotle in adobo
2 tbsp apricot jam or preserves
1 1/4 tsp red wine vinegar
1/2 tsp ground cumin
2 (6-7 oz) wild Atlantic salmon fillets
1 15 oz can hominy, drained, juice reserved
1 tbsp butter
1 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro (or more to taste)

1. Preheat oven to 450.  Using back of spoon, press the chipotles through a fine sieve into a small bowl.  Mix puree, jam, vinegar, and cumin in the bowl.  Season glaze to taste with salt.

2. Coat a small rimmed baking sheet with nonstick spray.  Arrange salmon on it and sprinkle with salt and black pepper.  Spread half of glaze over each fillet.  Roast until just opaque in center, about 10 minutes.

3. Meanwhile, puree hominy and 3 tbsp reserved juice in mini processor until almost smooth (I had to use 5 tbsp).  Transfer to a small skillet.  Add butter and cilantro.  Stir over medium heat until warmed through, mixing in more reserved juice by tsp-fuls if too thick.  Season to taste with salt and pepper.

4. Divide hominy between 2 plates, top with salmon and serve.  I also roasted up some asparagus along with salmon – just spray with cooking spray, sprinkle with salt, and let cook for 10 minutes!

I am submitting this to this week’s Weekend Herb Blogging, which is being hosted by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook!

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117 Responses to Roast Salmon with Sweet Chipotle Glaze and Hominy Puree

  1. Yummm, this looks fantastic — that glaaaaze! Also, can I just cry about your shower with you? My shower is the one of the only places lately where I can actually get warm.

  2. Pierce says:

    Bummer about the shower….you may just need a new heating element. Qucik fix! Salmon is great and we love a good fish meal around here. Cheers!

  3. Claudie says:

    I will agree with Julie — the glaze does look good! And that comes from someone who doesn’t eat (any!) seafood (at all!).
    As for the shower: I’ve had so many times the issue while I was still in NY/upstate NY…. I don’t get it. We have such great technology in 2011, but we still miss hot showers…?!

  4. janet says:

    Your salmon looks awesome. I love(d) baking it with a saucy marinade – it keeps the salmon moist without using too much oil.

    And I totally approve of splurging on wild salmon and blancing it out with beans. Gosh, beans are a gold mine of nutrients and so cheap! 🙂

    Good luck with all your studying! Studying medical books, not cookbooks of course.. although we all rejoice when you study cookbooks. 🙂

  5. LimeCake says:

    Glazed salmon is just so delicious! I need to get more chipotle in my diet. Yum!

  6. kate says:

    I was just looking at this recipe yesterday in the magazine! Was wondering what the hominy puree would be like…it looks delicious here!
    Beautiful photos 🙂

  7. Loving the sweet & spicy glaze here, a great preparation of salmon!

  8. If you were in Ukraine, you could order up a bucket of hot water to pour over your head in the shower. I’m not sure about Brooklyn! I’m just catching up on my trusty blogs and find this deliciousness!! I was, and am, sick. So sick that I could only watch less than half an hour of Gray’s Anatomy last night. I don’t know what happened. Did Callie survive? Did the baby survive? Did you win Patrick Dempsey’s heart?

    Best,
    Bonnie

  9. girlichef says:

    I am in need of some salmon…cooked EXACTLY this way. Seriuosly, YUM!

  10. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten hominy before! I need to start cooking more fish- salmon is so good but I don’t eat it often enough!

  11. Love the sweet and the heat! This will be on my table very soon!

  12. Looks amazing Joanne! Simply amazing. What camera do you use? Your pics always turn out fantastic. I love the chiptole glaze! A favorite of mine for sure

  13. Patrick Dempsey – Red Velvet Cupcakes. It’s all a blur after you wrote that. 🙂

  14. We both did salmon today but I must say your dish is much more refined.I say tape record all your notes and play them whole you sleep. Great studying tool n’est pas:D

  15. sweetlife says:

    A perfect salmon , I love all the flavors here and pureed hominy..oh dear lord..I would have never thought of this..here’s to wise sleeping

    sweetlife

  16. brandi says:

    mmm, hominy. I think I need this over the weekend. are you by chance planning a trip to VA? 🙂

  17. Katerina says:

    Salmon is my latest discovery and yes it is a very nutritious fish. This one with the glaze looks fantastic. I love Dempsey too you know! I love his perfect imperfectness if you can understand what I am saying!

  18. So wild salmon then! OK, it is true for everything, I think, the wilder the more benefits; love that sauce with its spicy hot sweet tangy tones. Hominy is a great idea too, all in all a fantastic meal.

  19. La Liz says:

    Great healthy components — salmon, hominy and asparagus. Your glaze looks fantastic. I could eat this every day and be happy. Truly!

  20. Joanne says:

    Maybe you need a little dream cheer to get those studies into your zzzz’s. Instead of Sweet Dreams, how about Smart Dreams 🙂

  21. Mo Diva says:

    I might be talking out of my ass but wild salmon is so much more BRIGHT and appetizing in color. I love fresh Direct for always having wild caught salmon! good stuff!
    I can also say that if i had the means I would eat salmon OFTEN! but my damn budget doesn have room for FANCY. LOL

  22. I am in love with salmon and I didn’t think it could get any better until I saw the glaze you put on top here! I must try this the next time I make salmon! Get your shower fixed by that “fix it man” cold water stinks!!!! 🙂

  23. Candace says:

    I absolutely have to have a hot shower. That is one issue that I’ve had with this living in an apartment adventure we have been on the past few months. The plumbing is less than ideal. I’m sorry you are having to deal with that. Hope you get that taken care of soon! Your sweet and spicy salmon looks amazing. I will be making this soon, hear you me! I have never considered a hominy puree before now. It’s inspired!

  24. Danielle says:

    This looks great – I love Chipotle!

  25. Jam and chilli – I tried this combination before and forgot how good it was. Thanks for refreshing my memory and giving me some ideas/inspiration. It seems I need to eat more wild salmon to improve the memory:)

  26. MM says:

    I wish I liked salmon. I really do.
    Hope you get a hot shower soon!

  27. Amy says:

    “…someone who only really gets warm when surrounded by scalding hot water.” No way! Me too! It takes foreeever for our water to heat up and Paul gets on my case for wasting it, but but…I gotta have it hot. And then I’ll leave the water running for him so he doesn’t need to start from scratch. And I’ll hear a little scream and then whimper “why the hell do you need it so hot?!” Ah, good times.

    So jam, chipotle, and my favorite fish. SOLD. Printing…

  28. Kristin says:

    The glaze sounds divine on the salmon. I know that I won’t be able to find hominy out here but I will just sub it with quinoa or something to lay the salmon on.

  29. Oh *swoon*!! I love salmon. I know I say I love a lot of things (and I do) but I really, really love salmon. I had some last night with thick slices of portobello mushrooms, and I thought I had died and gone to heaven.
    Your asparagus also looks quite enticing. =)

  30. I love salmon, and this looks wonderful. And I think that since you’re a medical student, Gray’s Anatomy definitely counts as study and learning time. And I’m sure Patrick Dempsey makes for much better dream material than anatomy textbooks do. So you have my blessing.

  31. Shannon says:

    this looks amazing. and i’m intrigued by this use of hominy, i think i’d acutally like it this way! tried it in chili this year and honestly would’ve rather had more beans. 🙂

  32. Barbara says:

    At my age, anything that improves brain power is a plus. I guess I better increase my salmon intake. 🙂
    Love the glaze. I’ve never used canned hominy, but have served salmon over dried hominy that I’ve cooked. It was fabulous!

  33. Natalie says:

    No. Way. I’ve got this recipe in my drafts folder getting ready to be posted next week! It WAS good, wasn’t it? I wish I could have been more liberal with that glaze. But my little ones probably would have had a meltdown. And the hominy… LOVED it. Did you think it tasted like grits? I sure did. I love grits.

    P.S. Your pics are gorgeous. Much better than the one I got… I was running out of sunlight and had to resort to putting a placemat on the floor next to the patio door.

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  35. I don’t make hominy (not a big fan of grits), but have this recipe bookmarked.

    Cold showers are the worst! ha! Have a nice weekend Jo.

  36. This looks absolutely heavenly. I was thinking of making some Salmon tonight for a weekly family get-together. I might give this a try.

  37. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could study in your sleep??? When I was little, I always wanted to be able to read books (in my head) while falling asleep. I was a weird child.

    This looks awesome. I’m on a salmon kick lately and this looks like the perfect combination 🙂

    Sues

  38. Ive never had hominy either! This looks reallyy good. And this is weird but… I always have salmon the night before a big test. I know that it probably doesnt actually REALLY help, but it is my superstition and I am stickin to it.

  39. Martha (MM) says:

    I don’t really like fish very much but one of my comittments for lent is to include fish at least once a week – this looks like a great recipe, it’s going on my list 🙂

  40. That Girl says:

    We had dinner at my cousin’s on Wednesday night. They made salmon, which meant I had veggies. My husband, however, was in heaven.

  41. Swathi says:

    Spicy salmon love that roasted asparagus. awesome perfect meal.

  42. Maris says:

    This looks awesome. I too, have ha Grey’s on the brain. Did you watch last night? Kind of lame but good episode nonetheless!

  43. Megan says:

    I just made salmon the other night, and I’m really going to try to eat more of it from this point forward. That glaze sounds amazing.

    How nuts was last night’s Grey’s? I felt like it was Grey’s merged with Glee… and it was sooo dramatic. Had tears in my eyes the whole episode. And am I the only one noticing that Sloan seems to have lost a ton of weight?

  44. Pam says:

    I have a crush on Patrick Dempsey too. I also have a new crush on salmon – this dish looks elegant, gourmet, and so tasty!

  45. That looks so positively wonderful Joanne!

    Darn, I wish sushi weren’t typically farmed salmon … it’s so darn good.

  46. This would definitely make me moan… I love a properly prepared piece of salmon, and this hits all the right notes.

  47. Your subconscience has a sick sense of humor, you poor thing. Dream big sister, Dream BIG! 😉
    I hope you take me seriously when I tell you that this is absolutely the most amazingly perfiect in every way dish I have ever seen in my entire life (well maybe tied with the crab and beer fest on the beach that one time, but other than that..) WOWZER!
    I think I love you…. in a totally non-creepy way. 😉
    I l.o.v.e salmon and chipotle. I’m super excited to try them together!
    Oh, an KUDOS for mentioning the wild salmon info. very important in my book!
    Stop by my blog soon, I gave you a little shout out and contributed to Eat.Live.Be for the first time! Yay me! 😉

  48. Angel7 says:

    Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting sound sooo yummy!

    That fish looks fabulous! Anyone who gets a lack of sunlight during the winter months, or even if you get some sunlight, need vitamin D, because it is an essential vitamin.

    http://faithfulsolutions.blogspot.com/

  49. yepiatethat says:

    Oh how I love salmon. In all ways. But a sweet and spicy glaze on grilled salmon might be my all time favorite. If you bring me some, you can use my shower. It gets delightfully scalding hot water.

    Oh and it’s also 90 degrees here today! 🙂

  50. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, Yes, I was told growing up to eat my fish, it is brain food…Well, as for your tests, don’t stress! I am sure you will do Great! As for the salmon, it does look delish! I love salmon. The glaze sounds just divine ~ Blessings, Catherine

  51. Big Dude says:

    The salmon and hominy both sound delicious and that’s a fine looking piece of fish.

  52. I love salmon and this delicious way to prepare it! I have to confess, I’ve never had hominy but it does look wonderful with the salmon.

    Hope you get your hot water fixed – brrrrr!

  53. vanillasugar says:

    i do NOT like having no hot water. i feel your pain and anger.
    next time you make salmon, try using OJ, hot sauce/spices and hoisin sauce as a glaze. insane. you will love it.

  54. teresa says:

    oh man, no hot shower? i feel your pain girl, i hope you get it back quick!

    LOVE the glaze on that salmon, the whole dish is just gorgeous!

  55. Pam says:

    The recipe sounds great. AND your pictures are amazing! I am in food photography envy.

  56. Maria says:

    I wish I could eat cooked salmon too! Only raw, smoked or cured suits me for some odd reason. This, however, sounds delicious and that glaze looks absolutely gorgeous!

  57. I don’t know what hominy is and I’m slightly embarrassed but given this entire dish looks delicious I’m fairly certain I’ll love it anyway! The whole shower thing sucks.. the boards suck more.. but you’ll get through it! Such a champ with all your running and cooking and doctoring.

  58. Shirley says:

    Ha ha, I can imagine you seeing anatomy in your cooking.

  59. Mary says:

    I love salmon and that chipotle sauce sounds like an exceptionally good way to glaze it. I’ll have to try it when spring salmon starts to run. Have a great weekend. Blessings…Mary

  60. Johanna GGG says:

    yes sounds like a great glaze for tofu but 3 chillis is just too much for me – and hominy puree sounds bizarre, having only had hominy once – it looks like it has a lot of texture still rather than being smooth

    I like the idea of running a tape or recording of stuff while you sleep to help learn it but have never tried it – maybe you dream about grey’s anatomy because you fell alseep watching it 🙂

  61. Corina says:

    If salmon is good for the immune system, I think it’s what I need at the moment. I love salmon and could happily eat lots of it.

  62. I am with you–it doesn’t make sense to eat anything but wild salmon–the nutritional benefits are so great it is worth the splurge. This looks amazing–I may be officially in the with the hominy puree. 😉

  63. OohLookBel says:

    I didn’t know that about salmon. I’ll have to keep an eye out for non-farmed fish. Love the sweet sauce on it, and it looks divine (even better than McDreamy).

  64. Ada says:

    Haha that would be totally awesome if you could study while sleeping. I have friends who tried sleeping with head phones on, replaying bio lectures, but I don’t think that worked out to well;) I certainly do not envy you for having to study for the Boards, but I know you will totally rock them!!!!

    That salmon looks amazing. I literally have salmon every Sunday night for dinner, so I will definitely rotate this recipe into my repertoire:)
    Have a nice weekend!!!

  65. Cara says:

    Something about this post makes me feel really stupid, and it’s not the fact that you are a zillion times smarter than me. The recipe sounds fantastic, but I feel like I’m missing something. 3 chipotles for two servings?! I like my heat, but that seems excessive! Am I a wuss? And what is this talk of reserved juice? (ok nm. I see where it comes from now – had no idea hominy came in “juice.” PS, I’ve also never tried hominy.)

    Need more coffee. And to read my Bon Appetit, I wonder what else I’m missing!

  66. Kim says:

    Yum yum yum! I love salmon with a good, gooey glaze! I might even be able to get Brian to eat it this way!

  67. Peggy says:

    I remember the first time I ever used hominy. I was telling folks about it, and they were like “really?!” But I fell in love. It’s an acquired taste for most, I guess, but I’m definitely with you – can’t get enough!

  68. Julie says:

    Oh my! I wish I lived closer! I’d come over for dinner and help you study. I was always better at helping someone study than studying myself.

  69. Nadji says:

    Cette croûte sur le saumon doit être délicieuse.
    J’adore ce plat.
    Bon week-end et à très bientôt.

  70. This looks sinful..The color of the salmon looks like its covered with chocolate..I thought u made a dessert with salmon..LOL..I love chipotle ..what a yum way to combine it with seafood.That’s my dream too..to be able to study with closed eyes.Take care!
    btw..are you cheering for India today along with your roomie?

  71. You are taking cold showers?! Joanne go get that fixed! You’ll freeze to death. Or at least, be very unhappy lol.

    Beautiful salmon pictures. I always need more salmon in my life. It’s local and one of the few fresh seafoods we get here.

    Laura

  72. Your roasted salmon looks so darn tasty with that homey glaze. And I am so jealous that green asparagus is already available there.

  73. Katie says:

    I love salmon – and it’s the only fish the hubs will eat. But what really caught my eye was the asparagus…. Yay Spring!!!!

  74. And here i think my room aint cooling enough (yeah i dont wanna get outa my pink princess comforter either 🙂 )….
    Well , i am (never going to) learn/ing one thing , dont read food blogs that put up deliciousness in the middle of night , not only goes to the subconscious but my conscious self demands food and NOW and something exactly that my sense of sight are seeing:-)
    Brilliant and i think i would totally love with this with any fish 🙂
    I still dont know what hominy is though 🙂

  75. 44lalley says:

    We made this the other night, too! Couldn’t find hominy so we made israeli couscous…the glaze was so so good. good luck!

  76. Such a beautiful dish…your pictures are amazing. I have wished, more times than I can count, for the ability to study while I slept…alas I have never been able to dream about the words in my notebooks full of notes :-/

    I love the idea of hominy and chipotle. This is a must make.

  77. Rachell says:

    Beautiful salmon. Now that’s certainly brain food! I wish I could say I’ve been eating more fish while living at sea.

  78. Miriam says:

    Fabulous meal and great idea with the hominy! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  79. Gloria says:

    OMG Look delicious Joanne, love roast salmon, gloria

  80. Claire says:

    Yum, yum, yum!!!! This sounds wonderful. I hope your boards go well. Try and remember it all for steps, too! 😉

  81. Raina says:

    This looks fantastic! I love that sweet and spicy glaze. I agree; it sounds like it would be great on chicken too. I am not sure what hominy is…lol..but will google it now because that looks pretty darn good too:)

  82. Reeni says:

    I love the sound of the chipotle glaze! I bet it would rock on chicken too! I’ve never seen hominy prepared this way – would love to try it. Hope you get your shower fixed!

  83. That sweet spicy glaze sounds great! Wild salmon is the only way to go- it’s definitely worth the price. Love those Omega 3s!

  84. crustabakes says:

    Thats food for the brains, literally. Thanks so much for the heads up on wild salmon. I too shall splurge on salmon and spend the rest of my week eating beans in with patrick dempsey on tv

  85. Beth says:

    Your salmon looks great. Good luck with your studies; hopefully your cooking will fuel you!

  86. Ada says:

    That probbaly was me you saw running in Central Park, I was out much later than usual yesterday! We should totally go running together sometime:) By the way, did you see that today’s Groupon is for V-Note? I think that’s a sign that we should go there sometime lol.

  87. I’m so sorry that you have no hot water — that’s the worst! in January, I came back from an 8 mile run through the park and learned I had no hot water… it was not my finest moment.

    on the other hand, that salmon looks delicious. I don’t know how you make time to cook all these insanely delectable things with all of your studying and training, but I’m constantly impressed!

  88. Julie says:

    dammit! so i guess my frozen tjs salmon pattys don’t count for those levels of vit d right?

    haha i’m with you on the warm showers i like my things HOT HOT HOT! give me burn your tongue coffee and burn your skin showers!

  89. Kristen says:

    Eek! No hot water, big tests coming up and no red velvet cake? You need a vacation. In the meantime, the salmon sounds wonderful.

  90. Chaya says:

    What great salmon! I am sure you know thatI love salmon and I am glad to find another recipe to make.

  91. Tammy says:

    Wow Joanne your salmon looks gorgeous. That glaze is just beautiful! This dish looks stunning and delicious- yum! 🙂

    xx,
    Tammy

  92. SO many things to say. I love Grey’s and the musical episode was awesomely weird. That’s really lame about your shower! Try turning up the hot water heater maybe? Ours is in our kitchen, so we can control it MWAHAHA.

    Farmed fish pisses me off. Seriously, we are so spoiled we have to ruin fish just because it’s in high demand? Plus wild caught is twice as much money and 10x harder to find in regular old grocery stores. It makes me sad.

    Now onto the food. This looks insanely good. I say you feed me, and then I teach you about weight lifting. Deal? I thought so 😉

  93. Jessie says:

    Poor Joanne with her cold bones! I hope you get that shower fixed pronto so that you don’t turn into an icicle. Get out and enjoy the warm weather today, if you have time between your study sessions (poor Joanne!).

    I just about swooned over your nutritional plugs in this post. Yes! You are going to be an awesome physician, that’s for sure. I agree about the wild salmon – I don’t really want to eat fish that have been eating chum, thank you very much.

    Have a great Sunday!

  94. tigerfish says:

    The ingredient(s) were just give THE special treatment! And the whole creation turns out extra special!

  95. Angela says:

    The salmon looks very beautiful. I wish you best of luck with your studying. It sounds like you are working hard, and I am sure that it will pay off.

  96. Susan says:

    Eh, when the plumbing goes kaput…but a cold shower will distract you from thoughts of Dempsey.

    That glaze is really snappy, a perfect recipe for WHB! Thanks for sharing!

  97. Sonia says:

    a great chipotle, the glaze is looking too gud !

  98. Victoria says:

    I’ve never had hominy before, but if you loved it so much I’m definitely interested to try it. I also love love love salmon, and it really is very beneficial. It’s a shame that wild is more expensive than farmed, but sometimes it really is worth it 🙂

    PS I miss you already!!!

  99. Looks fantastic, this is a flavor combo that I haven’t tried before…I wonder if I can get the ingredients in Hong Kong…

  100. Katie Mar says:

    lol! way to eat fish to help your brain… i’m sorry your shower is freezing!
    if this helps my brain, then i’m definitely eating it. it looks delicious.

  101. This looks amazing. Meanwhile, Grey’s really annoyed me this week! Loved the storyline but the music really was nothing but a terrible distraction. I hope they never do that again!

  102. marla says:

    My. Favorite. Meal. Ever. really. I like actually LOVE salmon & asparagus more than layer cake. This would be my last meal. If you ever cook for me please this salmon, K??
    Then again I love all your recipes 😉 xo

  103. Wow this looks amazing. Salmon is a fav of both me and the boy and it looks so flavorful! I got into Grey’s Anatomy for a season or so but then it just got too ridiculous for me hehe. It would be amazing if we could learn in our sleep, wouldn’t it? Or just Matrix-movie style.

  104. momgateway says:

    how clever, I have a can of chipotle and I don’t know what to do with it, girl you’re giving me great ideas..

  105. Lovely Presentation, looks so delicious!

  106. LOVE chipotle and salmon!! And I’ve never actually done anything with hominy- you’ve inspired me! You dream about Patrick Dempsey the way I dream about David Beckham 🙂 Yum on both accounts 🙂

  107. Kim says:

    I can’t stand a cold shower. Hope you get some hot water soon!

    However, you have definitely rocked out with an awesome salmon dish here. I love that sweet chipotle glaze. I could just gobble this all up.

  108. Stephanie says:

    I too am a hot water fanatic. I come out of the shower looking like a lobster. That’s normal, right? I thought so.

    Every single thing about this dish is amazing. Must. Try. Now.

  109. Hominy that looks like risotto – I can’t tell if you’re a lunatic or a genius. Either way, keep up the madness, cuz this looks DE-lish.

  110. Nicole, RD says:

    I knew that hominy puree I had seen somewhere…Bon Appetit. Looked amazing there, and even better here! Sold!

  111. Natalie says:

    ahhh I’m glad I’m not the only person who is always freezing and who doesn’t consider a shower a shower unless its scalding 🙂

  112. Eliana says:

    Wild salmon is totally the way to go! Especially if it is prepared this way. Looks super super delish Joanne 🙂

  113. Iv never actually heard of hominy before but this dish looks delish! Iv already sourced a place in Australia that can post it to me haha!

  114. Erndog says:

    This was a super tasty and quick weeknight meal. My new favorite use for chipotle! Had a hard time not eating all the glaze before it met the salmon. 😉 Really liked the hominy too.

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