Monday, March 31, 2008

Day 92 POTD: Home & Garden Show

There's no sign of spring coming soon here. Never mind, Grand Forks will have a Home and Garden show in a big convention center. Some of the stuff is interesting to look at, lots isn't, but it's kind of fun to see what oddities will be on display (and marketed!)

But the best part was Chef Kim Homes of Sanders 1907. He's an owner/chef in town, and one of those "characters" in and of himself. Check out his hat, and you can't see them here, but he had on matching Zubas.


He gave a demonstration of making a few of his Rollups, which are sliced into hors d'oerves.
Here's a picture of his Smoked Salmon Rollups.


And here's the recipe:

Smoked Salmon Rollups

1 lb cream cheese (softened)
1 T dill
2 T chopped capers
3 T minced red onion
1-2 T sour cream
1/4 to 1/2 lb smoked salmon or lox (sliced thin)

Mix all ingredients, except smoked salmon. Cut tortillas in big squares, and spread mix on them. Put smoked salmon across the torilla, then roll up tightly. Slice in 1/2 " pinwheel & swerve. (Prepare 2 to 4 hours before serving.)

Yum! And omega 3s besides!

20 comments:

Mom2Drew said...

That actually looks like something I could whip up, cool! I love those shows don't you? I always walk away with some sort of nifty gadget.

cari said...

That is so cool! You did an awesome job with the indoor lighting!
Cari

Jess said...

YUMMMM! Those sound delish, and oh-so-easy to make! Cool shots too- and hey- I thought zubaz went "out" in the early 90's? LOL!

Amy said...

Sounds yummy! Fun pictures, too.

Michelle said...

i'm not a big salmon fan but those look pretty good. looks like he was quite the interesting character.

Kristina said...

Yum, this looks really tasty!

Margaret said...

Love, love, love salmon! Thanks for sharing that recipe. That chef looks like a fun guy, too.

lcp said...

The roll ups look tasty - thanks for sharing the recipe!

pat said...

YUM! That sounds really good. Uhhh...what are Zubas?

Liz said...

Sounds like your Home and Garden show is about like ours here in Maine. Where else can you see hot tubs and taxidermy all in the same place? :D

Amy said...

These are fun shots! Spring will come eventually for both of us, it just has too! I love roll-ups, I make a yummy one that is vegetarian. :)

mom2three said...

These are so fun! I usually don't like Salmon but those look good. I'd def try one.

Debbi said...

YUM! We actually ate at Sander's on Friday - it was so delicious! And Kim is always a character!

Reds said...

Those look yummy! Must have been so much fun to watch!!

Becky said...

He looks so happy, and the rollups look great. Also cool that they're something us mere mortals can make!

Gypsy Girl said...

They look like a yummy snack.

Photography by Kristen Wagner said...

Looks like you had a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing the recipie!

Val said...

MMMMMmmm those look tasty

Mandy said...

oh wow! That looks divine! I just love going to the home and garden show. Usually here in Maine there is still some snow on the ground, so its nice to go inside and see all of the gardens.

Yvonne said...

Love this posts! you really made me hungry! The chef looks cool too, loved his hat!