06 September 2014

What do you think of my new look?  Those of you reading on a blog reader or via email might not understand what I'm talking about.  Click through to my blog and you will see that I made some changes yesterday.  I was tired of the old "notebook" theme I had and was ready for something more fresh and simple.  I also wanted more functions that that theme didn't provide.  I now have tabs across the top ribbon which are links to my pages.  My recipe indices are linked there, as well as info about the Improv Challege, which I am now hosting, a list of my recipe accomplishments, and a brand new "about me" page.  This will make navigating around my blog a little easier.  I still have the archive and the category list along the right sidebar. 

Another new feature are some social media buttons in the top right corner.  I don't have a Twitter account, so for now they are just for the RSS feed, Facebook, and Pinterest.  I have a lot more I want to do with  my blog, most importantly is to change the name and url.  I am really tired of the Edesia's Notebook name.  People call me Edesia all the time and it's getting really annoying!  I have purchased a new domain name, but I don't know how to switch everything over and make sure that it automatically redirects.  With over 600 posts already published, I want to make sure that people can find the post they want if they click on an old link.  So if you know anything about switching a domain on Blogger, please help me out!

So anyway, the recipe I have for you today is one that I have been meaning share with you all summer.  Where did summer go?  :(  School started this week and it was kind of crazy.  My kids were so tired that my husband had to drag my six-year-old out of bed yesterday, which NEVER HAPPENS and my four-year-old fell asleep on the couch while cuddling with the cat.  And that was a short week!  I do already miss summer, but what can you do?  This is a great recipe that will remind you of summer no matter what time of year you make it.  Salmon is coated in a bright and sweet honey lime glaze and roasted to perfection.  I got the recipe from The Apron Gal.

Honey Lime Glazed Salmon

4 (4 oz.) salmon filets
3 tbsp honey
2 tsp lime zest, finely grated

Preheat oven to 400°.  Line a baking sheet with foil and coat with nonstick spray.

Stir together the honey and lime zest.  Place salmon filets on baking sheet, sprinkle generously with salt, and brush the honey/lime glaze evenly over the tops of the filets.

Bake for 15 minutes, or until it flakes easily with a fork.

Makes 4 servings.

So easy, so fast, and so delicious.  I like to serve this salmon with brown rice and any kind of veggie.  My girls gobble this salmon up!  They love the pretty green flecks of lime zest.

This is a great go-to meal because it has very few ingredients, and they are ones I usually have on hand most of the time.  It's awesome for busy weeknights.

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