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One of my “fridge struggles” is finding something to do with leftover food, especially with the common left over items like rice and pasta. The other night I had two items on hand: left over wild ancient grain rice and fresh walleye from a fishing trip with my dad. So off to the kitchen I went and concocted this recipe. It was also a crowd pleaser even to the most difficult to impress (aka. our dad who calls everything we make “hippy food”, loved these cakes).
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You can also check out our recipes and several others on BlogHer’s Leftover Makeover Pinterest Board.
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Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fish, How To, left overs
Tagged ancient, easy, fish, food, grain, left, leftover, over, pickerel, quick, Rice, saskatchewan, saskatoon, supper, walleye, wild
If anyone knows our family, they know we are big into fishing – specifically walleye. Our dad, the leader of the Deutscher pack, was a member of Team Canada for walleye fishing (yes, there is a team Canada…), Board for the Fishing for Tomorrow Foundation and the Saskatchewan Walleye Trail‘s Vice President, it’s safe to say we know how to fish. Anyways, my dad and I went fishing one day and caught some decent sized walleye. I decided it was time to break away from the routine of the normal breaded and fried walleye and found this fabulous recipe and it was a new family hit! Continue reading
Posted in Fish, Healthy, Roast, Summer Fresh, Vegetable
Tagged bake, Corn, easy, fish, husks, perch, pike, Roasted, salsa, saskatchewan, supper, walleye
It’s been a while since I last posted, though I have still been contributing with some picture taking for Carlene’s posts! Now that Christmas and all that is over it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Growing up with a father who fishes on a semi-professional level, Carlene and I are no strangers to the joys of fishing and eating fish (especially walleye)! So it’s about time we posted some walleye (or Pickerel as some call it) on the blog. I came across this unique fish and chips recipe a while back which provided my inspiration for this meal.