Cod Filet

Fritto Misto

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It  is time for me to confess:  I am a food-shopping maniac. My kitchen usually contains enough fresh, dried, frozen and pickled food to feed a family of four for a few weeks. So, every couple of months I give myself the daunting task to empty my cup board, fridge and freezer completely in order to be able to start replenishing all over again.  So today, after two weeks of feeding myself and Bella with all the goodies already in the house, I finally achieved my goal: (my iron-will was victorious) – all food is gone and tomorrow morning I will start a new crusade to the butcher, grocery store and farmers-markets to make sure I have again enough food in the house, just in case………. ???? – well, something, you never know.

(My friends who live in the neighborhood will remember that after the last major hurricane left our area for nearly three weeks without electricity, Maria and I hosted daily free lunches in our garden for 20 to 30 people, sometimes a lot more. Tasty food from the grill and fire pit and plenty of beer and even more wine, all nicely cooled in the lake. What a blessing our full freezer and pantry proved to be then ) 🙂

But, let’s get back to the topic at hand.
The remaining few things I had left in the freezer were some squid, a few small shrimp, a piece of cod filet and in the fridge a bit of greens, lemon, scallions, an onion and some grape tomatoes . Perfect !
Some oil, vinegar, salt and pepper for the salad, the seafood marinated with cayenne pepper, kosher salt, granulated garlic and dusted in rice flour, two chilies and the scallions thrown into the mix, then quickly deep-fried and Voilà – Fritto Misto !   Life is Good !
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Buen Apetito !   Viva Italia !
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Fritto Misto

Fritto Misto

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Fritto Misto

Fritto Misto

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Fritto Misto

Fritto Misto

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Preparation :
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Tandoory Style Cod Filet With Potato-Onion Mash

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When  you first lay your eyes on the pictures of this dish you might think that the cod filet is the star of the show. While this might be so for some folks, for me the star was the potato-onion mash. Seldom have I experienced a richer, tastier and more scrumptious potato dish than this one. Even by itself it would have completely satisfied my requirements for an excellent lunch. Of course, adding the salad and fish made it just more perfect and rounded out the meal. Great lunch experience and one which I will definitely repeat soon.
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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P.S.
Looks like lettuce with honey/mustard dressing has become my go-to green side dish.
(Could be worse) 🙂
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Tandoory Style Cod Filet With Potato-Onion Mash

Tandoory Style Cod Filet With Potato-Onion Mash

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Tandoory Style Cod Filet With Potato-Onion Mash

Tandoory Style Cod Filet With Potato-Onion Mash

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Preparation :
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Surf & Turf – Striploin, Cod Filet, Coconut Rice And Curried Lentils

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Surf  & turf, much different from your standard steak and lobster with fries. Different, but definitely not less delicious, maybe even more so and for sure more interesting 🙂
Thinly sliced striploin cutlets, cod filet’s, curried lentils and coconut rice, what a great combination of textures and flavors.

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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Surf & Turf

Surf & Turf

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Surf & Turf - Striploin, Cod Filet, Coconut Rice And Curried Lentils

Surf & Turf – Striploin, Cod Filet, Coconut Rice And Curried Lentils

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