Prepare and clean a small salmon and simmer in salted water until done. Prepare a Drawn-Butter Sauce and add to it half a cupful of butter. When the butter is melted, take from the fire and add quickly two eggs beaten with the juice of half a lemon. Pour the sauce over the fish and serve.
Fry salmon steaks in butter, seasoning with salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg. When half cooked, add half a cupful of white wine to the butter, cover, and simmer slowly until done. Cover the salmon with cooked oysters, pour the liquid remaining in the pan over the fish, and serve.
Season four salmon steaks and cook with a tablespoonful of butter and the juice of a lemon. Add a dozen oysters, half a dozen small shrimps, and one cupful of white stock thickened with flour and butter cooked together. Simmer until the oysters are cooked, take from the fire, add the yolk of an egg beaten smooth with a tablespoonful of Sherry and serve with triangles of fried bread.
Put a large cut of salmon into a saucepan and cover with salted and acidulated water. Add a sliced onion, a carrot, a bunch of parsley, and salt, pepper, sweet herbs, and a pinch of allspice to season. Cover the fish with buttered paper and cook slowly for an hour.
Chop together a small onion, a clove of garlic, and a few sprigs of parsley. Fry in olive-oil, add two tablespoonfuls of flour, and cook until the flour is brown. Add two cupfuls of brown stock and one cupful of stewed and strained tomato. Cook until thick, stirring constantly, seasoning with red and white pepper and lemon-juice. Remove the skin from the fish, pour the hot sauce over it, and serve.
Put salmon steaks into a buttered baking-pan with fine match-like strips of larding pork laid on each side. Season with salt, pepper, and lemon-juice, add one cupful of white wine and cover with a sheet of buttered paper, having a small hole in the centre. Bake for forty minutes, basting often. Cook together one tablespoonful each of butter and flour, add one cupful of stock, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add a tablespoonful each of butter and lemon-juice and a teaspoonful of minced parsley. Pour around the fish and serve.
Marinate salmon steaks for an hour in lemon-juice. Cover with stock, add pepper, salt and minced parsley to season, and simmer slowly until done. Drain, thicken the sauce, add a tablespoonful of butter, and serve separately.
Rub half a pound of raw salmon to a smooth paste with water, adding gradually a dozen chopped raw oysters, half a cupful of Tomato Sauce and the yolks of three eggs. When smooth, fold in the stiffly beaten whites, season with salt and pepper, and press through a puree sieve into small buttered moulds. Put into a baking-pan, surround with hot water, and bake for fifteen or twenty minutes in a moderate oven. Unmould and serve with any preferred sauce.