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Beautiful Salmon Recipes from Chef Brian Staffield of Cooking with B.S.

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By Verlasso Salmon

September 12, 2013

Chef Brian Staffield’s talent in the kitchen combines with Katy Weaver’s gift for photography to create this beautiful and mouthwatering blog, Cooking with B.S.  Below are three very unique salmon recipes from Brian – from Salmon and Brie Stuffed French Toast to Seafood Meatballs and Spaghetti – that have our culinary minds spinning.  Try them at home and be sure to follow Brian on Facebook and Twitter for more innovative creations.

 

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Peach Glazed Salmon

Hurry and try this one while peaches are still in season!

 

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Salmon and Brie Stuffed French Toast

This dish takes a little bit of TLC to prepare, so Chef Brian recommends making it for someone special!

 

 

Seafood Meatballs and Spaghetti

Chef Brian likes to have fun with food and this creative twist on traditional spaghetti and meatballs has us feeling giddy.  

 

Many thanks to Chef Brian Staffield for sharing his recipes with us and to Katy Weaver for her amazing food photography. 

 

 

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