Consumers can now Follow Blog on SalmonInSeconds.com for Nicole's Cooking Tips and Recipes for Norwegian Salmon

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Chef and busy mom Nicole Straight hosts new blog on SalmonInSeconds.com to demystify buying, prepping and cooking Norwegian Salmon.

The online resource for information on purchasing, preparing and cooking Norwegian salmon at home, SalmonInSeconds.com, has launched a blog for the site’s how-to video series personality, Nicole Straight. Nicole’s blog on SalmonInSeconds.com will provide tips, recipes and how-to videos from the perspective of a private chef, cooking instructor, author, and a busy mom. Her passion is helping parents and busy people enjoy cooking fast, healthy meals.

As a brand ambassador for Norwegian Seafood, Nicole educates others about the simplicity and versatility of salmon, as well as the Norwegian difference. In March 2010, she traveled to Norway and witnessed firsthand the quality standards of Norwegian aquaculture, and the pride that the Norwegian salmon farmers take in their craft.
In the videos on SalmonInSeconds.com, Nicole helps the home cook take the guesswork out of buying, preparing, and serving healthy and delicious Norwegian Salmon. Now, with her new blog, she’ll discuss current events and interests as well as answer questions from readers all while providing tips, advice and delicious salmon recipes for every occasion.

Nicole’s blog can be found by clicking on the “Blog” link on the SalmonInSeconds.com home page or by going to the direct link at http://www.blog.SalmonInSeconds.com.

The Norwegian Seafood Export Council’s goal for SalmonInSeconds.com and Nicole’s blog is to demystify the preparation and cooking of salmon at home in a fun, healthy and economical way. Visitors can post comments on the site for Nicole and others and instantly share recipes via Facebook, Twitter and other social networking tools.

About the Norwegian Seafood Export Council
Founded in 1991 by the Ministry of Fisheries, the Norwegian Seafood Export Council (NSEC) builds awareness of and educates the public on seafood from Norway. From the headquarters in Tromso, Norway, and a U.S. branch in Boston, Mass., the NSEC carries out Norwegian seafood promotional, media, marketing and public relations campaigns and is a resource for market information in more than 20 different markets. Its entire efforts are financed by the Norwegian seafood industry itself. As the world’s second largest exporter of seafood, Norway provides quality, nutrient-rich seafood to more than 150 different countries, and is the world's largest joint marketer of seafood. For more information on the NSEC visit http://www.seafoodfromnorway.com.

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