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Baked Salmon #FoodBloggers4FL

Do you remember last week when a group of food bloggers banded together to spread love and cheer to our food bloggers in Texas?  We have reunited to do the same for those in Florida.  We had such a great turn out and we absolutely love that you were so kind in sharing our mission!

Florida was recently hit hard by Hurricane Irma.  The southern part of the state, especially the Keys, are reeling from the impact.  The Caribbean was also devastated. I have fond memories of my time in the Caribbean, so my heart truly aches for them.

These Florida charities are considered top notch, if you are looking for a place to donate.

Volunteer Florida - https://www.volunteerflorida.org/irma/…
Miami Diaper Bank - http://www.miamidiaperbank.com/?fref=gc&dti=1935898469984009 
Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida - http://www.harrychapinfoodbank.org/… 
South Florida Wildlife Center - http://www.southfloridawildlifecenter.org/how_you_can_help…
Heart of Florida United Way - http://www.hfuw.org/
All Faiths Food Bank - https://www.allfaithsfoodbank.org/
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida - http://www.feedhopenow.org/site/PageServer
Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency - http://www.cdema.org/
Fondos Unidos - http://www.fondosunidos.org/
Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands - http://www.cfvi.net/ 

St. John Community Foundation - http://www.thestjohnfoundation.org/
Anguilla Beaches - http://www.anguilla-beaches.com/

These are food blogger friends of mine. Please head over to their site and help them through this time by responding to a post, or if an ad resonates with you, click it! Traffic to their sites are what help in times like this.

Britney from Cape Coral blogs from https://www.ladyandthedachshund.com
Kristin Alessandrini Swenson from  www.taketimeforstyle.com
Jasmine Espinal from https://www.stylishcravings.com 
Joanna Brittain from Panama City, blogs from http://www.everydaymadefresh.com/
Rachel Ritlop from Delray Beach blogs from  www.theconfusedmillennial.com 
Emily Dicks from Central Florida blogs from http://itbakesmehappy.com
Krystal Butherus blogs from http://sunnysweetdays.com/
Nicole DLutzy blogs from  www.mamato5blessings.com
Terri Miller from Orlando blogs from http://www.loveandconfections.com/
Leah Herring from Tampa blogs from http://www.loveandconfections.com/
Blythe Alpern from Port Charlotte blogs from www.primebeautyblog.net and www.beautybrite.com
Erica Acevedo blogs from https://thecrumbykitchen.com
Tammy Doiel blogs from creativekkids.com
Ellen Folkman blogs from  http://familyaroundthetable.com
Marla Zickfoose from Titusville blogs from  http://familyaroundthetable.com
Leah Herring from Tampa blogs from  Www.leahwithlove.com

This dish is so simple, delicious, and can be made from the frozen state (which I prefer, as it seems to help lock in moisture.)  Perfect for a week night dinner!

Baked Salmon

1 wild caught filet for each person
1 T butter for each filet
1 clove garlic for each filet
1/4 c grated parmesan for each filet
1/4 c mayo for each filet
fresh chopped dill, about 1 T for each filet

Preheat oven to 350. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, or that nonstick foil.  Put the filet on the pan and season with salt and pepper.  In a skillet, melt the butter, add garlic and cook until fragrant.  Reduce heat and stir in parmesan and mayo. Stir until well incorporated.  Spread mixture over filet and bake for 20-25 minutes or until salmon flakes with a fork. I like it best when the flesh is slightly translucent.  Yum.

We like it served over caulirice or zoodles.

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