Young Jason Miller is bored because he's missing youth baseball while on a family vacation at Lake Tahoe, California. To make matters worse, he learns that his girlfriend has dumped him. Feeling like the world's biggest loser, he meets pretty fifteen-year-old Stephanie on the shore path and sees an opportunity to make up for being dumped. When she fails to show interest, however, he decides to try his older brother's Recipe for Making Out on her. His awkward and comic attempts to apply the recipe to Stephanie, though, cause him to weave a tangled web of deceit. When Stephanie suddenly becomes a suspect in a crime, Jason plays detective in the hope of clearing her name and winning her gratitude. Along the way, he learns that there is far more to teen relationships than a goal of making out.
Miso glaze salmon
1/2 cup white miso paste
3 crushed garlic cloves
2 tsp soy sauce
1/3 cup white wine or cold sake
2 tsp ginger (fresh is best) can add more to taste
1/4 cup honey, or orange marmalade.
1 lb salmon fillet.
Mix all the marinade ingredients together, pout over salmon in a sealable container, bag or vacuum bag.
Marinate in fridge for 1 hour to overnight.
Heat oven safe sautee pan to medium or meduim high. Pre heat broiler with rack in middle of the oven.
Take salmon out of marinade and reserve the marinade. Place fish in pan, skin side down, and let cook for about 3-4 minutes. Then , cover with 3 spoonfuls or so of excess marinade and place under broiler til done, about 5-6 minutes (less or more, depending on oven). You want it just cooked through but not too dry.
Toss rest of marinade.
Garnish finished fish with chopped green onion and serve!