We are coming to the end of week 3 - and finally here on the east coast- it is maybe - just maybe - starting to look like we are coming out of this really cold period! All the flowers are blooming- the sun was even out today- it looked right but sadly still did not feel right. 40 degrees with 30 mph winds...ugh! But the green market vendors come to market...and I feel almost obligated to go and see them. Local produce is not great yet - but there is wonderful sustainable and VERY FRESH fish - and some really good greens. Dinner tonight: got some great Hake - a whitefish much like cod or haddock - but less expensive. Marinate it with a little sesame oil and minced ginger. Then bake at 400 for 10 minutes and if you like the top a little crispy - broil for 3 or 4. Done. Top with some peeled ginger and sliced green onions. Serve on a bed of sauteed spinach - add some brown rice if you want! Yum- for me- I get it - I do love this style of eating. I do know that many of you have families to cook for and for most of you this won't cut it.
So- Please - send me your questions-
do you have a family recipe that you would like to tweak a little? Lighten up a little?
send it to me and let's see what we can do with it!
For all of you who have been following this-
we are moving into our last week- and then we start adding things back and start to develop our plan for life! Or at least for the next few years!!