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Chef Bernard Guillas, executive chef of The Marine Room Restaurant in La Jolla, hosted the Spring Fling Cooking Demonstration, which was presented by the Women’s Health Center at Sharp Grossmont Hospital as part of its Women’s Healthy Hour Seminars. The recipes below were featured at Chef Bernard's demonstration.Registered dietitian Candy Cumming from Sharp Weight Management and Health Education teamed up with Chef Bernard to highlight nutritional tips.
Smoked Salmon Rilette
Steam fresh salmon, approximately 8 minutes. Place on paper towel. Set aside. Cool. Coarsely chop smoked salmon. Place in mixing bowl. Combine with lemon juice, yogurt, chives, mint, salt and pepper. Flake steamed salmon. Fold into smoked salmon mixture. Divide into six ramekins. Chill two hours.
Butter Lettuce Salad
Toss lettuce, radishes and hearts of palm together. Combine orange juice and zest, vinegar and salt in mixing bowl. Whisk in hazelnut oil. Pour over salad. Toss lightly.
Place salad on chilled individual serving plates. Unmold salmon rilette in center of salad. Garnish with toasted almonds and orange segments.
Nutritional Tips From Candy Cumming
Salmon and other fatty, cold-water fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help lower heart disease risk, help arthritis and may possibly help with memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.
For More Information
To learn more about Sharp's nutrition services or to find a Sharp-affiliated physician, search for San Diego doctors or call 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm. To find general information about nutrition, read the Nutrition News archive.