I spent some time cutting up a fresh salmon, and vacuum-packed and froze most of it for later. I set aside a small fillet for dinner, which I stuck into a large pan with a small bit of beer and some some fresh-roasted Hatch hot peppers. Threw the cover on the pan and did some medium-cooking; had a fresh ear of corn soaking. Put the corn in the micro after the salmon had a five-minute head-start.
When the corn was done, I shucked it into the compost bin, then brought the ear back and stuck the salmon pan onto an empty burner to let it settle. All told, it fed three adults, and we still had enough salmon left to have fed a fourth. If you can get fresh-roasted Hatch peppers in your area, it works really well with salmon.
I think I'll fire up the smoker and stick some of the salmon in there - with Hatch peppers. It'll be amazing, most likely.