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Apr 04, 2008



I'm pro breakfast too! Yours it's more than yummy and proper: it's a classy dish for an early palate delight. Love it!


I've always wanted to make gravadlax but bagels and cream cheese are too expensive here.

Okay, maybe once, as a splurge...!

Scott at Realepicurean

That's the ticket! I've been looking for something different to do with salmon for a while and although gravadlax is a classic, for some reason it never entered my head.

So thanks for the great recipe and reminder!


This looks absolutely delicious and I have such a craving for gravadlax now, might send the husband to the shops for the necessary ingredients!


Oh my. Oh my, oh my! That is so up my street it isn't even happening. I love the idea of curing my own gravadlax, it looks stunning.


Hello, I've only just discovered your blog - on Saturday I googled for a chocolate muffin recipe, and your triple chocolate recipe was one of the first hits. I baked some, and they were perhaps the most delicious muffins I have ever had! Many of my friends said things along similar lines, so I just thought I'd say thankyou!! (it was a recipe you posted in May 2005, I think!)


weekend breakfasts are the best :)
we have his first book, but i think there is a very good chance we'll get this one as well. recipe sounds delicious


That's a gorgeous-looking gravadlax, but you forgot to mention two of your heavenly breakfast offerings - the tomato-rocket frittata and the layered omelette and smoked salmon cake (would also work with this gravadlax). These are/were amazing!!


OK, so I have one question - where is my breakfast invitation?!

Looks absolutely divine - I'm going to have to come and patronise your fishmonger for some excellent raw materials and try my hand at this :)


Delicious looking gravlax!


Cannot believe how boring I am. I've done nothing else with the raw salmon, that salted it, pressed it and held it in the fridge for some time. Although this is also really delicous, I have to keep it in mind, that next time I'll try your version!


If this is what your household has for breakfast - I'm coming over right now!


During the week, I can't do more than yogurt and a piece of fruit (I've got a 5 mile run that does not agree with breakfast) but on Sundays...oh yeah baby! I love the gravlax you made, it's been ages since I made some. Sounds perfect for this sunday!


This looks to-die-for!

We Are Never Full

We have been wanting to do this for ages. This looks beautiful. I love the idea of just letting time do the work on this. gorgeous!


This looks very good, better than commercial one. It´s good knowing how to do it at home, I think I will do it for sure...when I have time!
Thanks for sharing

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