Over the New Years holiday we had Meagan and Jorg visiting.  On the Saturday they went skiing and we promised a West Coast Salmon meal.  They were unclear if we actually had the salmon so stopped off and bought a full 4 lb wild salmon.  Turned out I already had the salmon so we froze the fish for the future.

Last week we had Lois and Michael from Saskatoon visit and we brought out the big salmon.  I choose to cook the whole thing and we would deal with the leftovers.  Roasted it on the BBQ stuffed with Basil and lemons and wrapped in foil.  Great meal but we were obviously left with lots of salmon.

In the following week we had salmon salad sandwiches and salmon pasta etc.  By the end of the week we were left with at least 500 g (1 lb) of delicious cooked salmon.  So I decided we would make a large Salmon Casserole.  Went on the internet and did not find exactly what I wanted so I amalgamated several recipes.  A Casserole with elbow noodles, salmon and corn and carrots and celery with a cheesy base and lots of other calories.  Best casserole I have ever had.  As you can see from the pictures we will have several more meals.  But a great way to use up excess Salmon (which, of course, is not an issue in most of the world except here)