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Old 07-29-2022, 04:51 PM   #1
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Friday's Dinner - 7/29

Garlic & Pepper Tilapia Filet, Peppered Rice,
Steamed cauliflower with Cheddar...


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LT, I just can't do Tilapia, but more power to ya

My plan is Chicken and Snow Peas with the ever present steamed White Rice.
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Old 07-29-2022, 06:42 PM   #3
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A repeat of yesterday's dinner tonight.
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Old 07-29-2022, 07:39 PM   #4
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Mussels, herbs: thyme, oregano, basil, Bok choy all from garden.
Red peppers, white wine, butter. DELISH!

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Old 07-29-2022, 07:40 PM   #5
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whole wheat pasta veggie salad flavored with sweet sour pickle juice, including pickles, tomatoes, broccoli, zucchini, onions, red peppers. Nice-cream strawberry flavored, with date and honey sweetened, bean brownies, with dairy free chocolate chips.
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Finally a day with no migraines and enough spoons. I made some coleslaw. I thought I made enough for two meals, but I forgot that we have a coleslaw deficit. I baked some store bought, breaded haddock fillets and some oven "shoestring" fries. We had it with a lovely Spanish rosé, now that it is safe for Stirling to have alcohol again. That really, really hit the spot. The coleslaw evaporated.



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Old 07-29-2022, 08:22 PM   #7
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I have had a taste for a BLT for a week or so, but it's been too hot for me to get interested in making a loaf of country bread, my favorite sandwich bread for BLT's and grilled cheese. There was a lonely loaf of French bread on yesterday's grocery store markdown rack with a "sell by" date of 7-28. I put half the loaf in the freezer and cut four slices for our sandwiches. I forgot how dry plain old white bread can get when toasted. In spite of that, the sammies hit the spot. If Himself doesn't finish off what's left, I can always turn it into homemade croutons!

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lt, i just can't do tilapia, but more power to ya

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Old 07-29-2022, 11:24 PM   #9
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Tonight' dinner was a process, butter basted Pacific cod with raw baby carrots, sugar snap peas, and homemade aioli. I broke out my sous vide and pasteurized 6 farm fresh eggs. I then made homemade mayo with a bit of lemon, S & P, and Koop's spicy mustard. It was rich nd thick with good flavor. I added minced garlic, and horseradish, and blended it in, then placed it into the fridge.

I dried one of the cod fillets and lightly seasoned with P. Put olive oil un a nonstick skillet over medium high heat until oil shimmered. Placed fillet in pan and cooked for two minutes. Flipped and added 2 tbs butter to the pan with rosemary. Basted with the butter for 2 more minutes. Flipped, and basted 2 more minutes. Flipped and checked internal temp. The fish was done.

Paced a smear of aioli on plate and topped with the cod. Added another 2 tbs. to side of plate to dip veggies in. Yep, it was very tasty.

A cold slice of watermelon will be desert.

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