She’s made appearances here and there and we talk about her lots but we’ve decided it’s time to let her join in on the merrymaking! Her cooking style is quick + simple meals, just like this paleo baked salmon!
Introducing: merrymaker mum! YAY!
Our mum is such an amazing + positive influence on everything we do. She is the nicest person in the whole wide world (we may be a little bias but lots of others tend to agree with us!) She supports us in everything we do and has so much great advice to give so… we thought you might enjoy some too.
When we first asked mum to guest blog she said…”but why would anyone want to hear from me?” We gave her the below list:
- Mum… you are over 50, in the best shape you’ve ever been in… why wouldn’t people want to hear from you?!
- You have a wealth of food knowledge! “Muummmm….is this cooked?” can be heard often in the merrymaker kitchen.
- Helloooo life experience… you grew up when processed foods just got popular, you’ve had babies, you’ve worked, you’ve gone through highs and lows… you have stories to tell Mum!
- You have genetic high cholesterol, you need to manage this + so do others so they’ll want to read about it!
- You’re balanced with everything you do. A trait of yours we didn’t automatically inherit + now realise the importance of it… we want to learn more!
- Because you come up with the yummiest, simplest recipes like your paleo baked salmon (we LOVE it!).
- Lastly… because we want you to + it will be fun!
So merrymaker friends meet merrymaker mum! She’s a little nervous about being on here so be nice and give her a warm welcome (hehehe). Merrymaker mum is a fan of the simple dinner, so to kick start this series, here’s her paleo baked salmon with parsley and lemon (trust us… it’s delish!)
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- 6 fillets of salmon (we get de-boned!)
- 1 lemon juiced
- 1/2 cup fresh parsley chopped
- salt + pepper
- Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees celsius + line a baking tray with baking paper.
- In a container, coat the salmon fillets in lemon juice, parsley, salt + pepper.
- Place salmon onto baking trays + bake for 20 minutes or until fish easily flakes away with a fork.