salmon burgers and shrimp burgers are available, too, but they are no match for the crab.
Serve the salmon from the heatproof platter or arrange the steamed vegetables and salmon on serving plates.
Generously spoon the salsa verde over the salmon, being sure to stir up the solids that have settled to the bottom.
Aguigui, salmon, and Peden all replied with a “no, sir” when asked if they wanted to speak on their own behalf.
York said he believes all the defendants—including Burnett and salmon—should be put to death if convicted.
We purchased five of them and a couple of salmon for a box of gun-caps and a little tobacco.
The otter went into the water and came back to the rock with a catch of salmon.
The spirits of trout and salmon and bass and walleye and sunfish and pike, all the fish of lakes and streams that fed his people.
The piranha, called also the caribe, is a kind of salmon (Tetragonopterus).
The Indian has only caught one salmon, and he said if they did not come pretty soon his people would die.
early 13c., from Anglo-French samoun, Old French salmun (Modern French saumon), from Latin salmonem (nominative salmo) "a salmon," probably originally "leaper," from salire "to leap" (see salient (adj.)), though some dismiss this as folk etymology. Another theory traces it to Celtic. Replaced Old English læx, from PIE *lax, the more usual word for the fish (see lox). In reference to a color, from 1786.