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January 20, 2011 / amyjmcintosh

Salmon soba salad

Salmon soba noodle salad

To me, cookbooks are like handbags – you can never have too many. My bookcase is positively brimming with cookbooks I’ve been collecting since my early 20s – so much in fact that I’ve had to relegate some to the spare cupboard. Some of them feel like old friends – always there when I need them and easy to pick up where things left off after months of no contact. Some of my favourites are Feast by Nigella, Everyday River Cottage by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Holiday by Bill Granger and Good Taste by Anneka Manning. Then, of course, is my handful of Women’s Weekly cookbooks which I inherently trust.

While nothing can replace a good old-fashioned cookbook, the web is another great source of recipe inspiration. I can often be found trawling it for recipe ideas. Some of my favourite sites are www.taste.com.au, Smitten Kitchen, BBC Food, SBS Food, Not Quite Nigella, and of course, the lovely Nigella herself.

Good old Google is another great source of recipes. A random search for salmon soba noodle salad led me to The FiFi Report which had this recipe salmon soba salad. It is A M A Z I N G and definitely worth giving a whirl.

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If you like salmon salads, you might like to try this Thai-style salmon salad from Women’s Weekly.

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