Good Friday Eats

“Virtue” being as you know my middle name I decided to make some fish for Good Friday.


Baked tilapia with a lemon/paprika/parsley coating, served with some chipotle-dusted roast potato wedgies and, of course, sauteed brussels sprouts.

Dang fine eats.

and washing it all down were a few lurvely bottles of Raymond Reserve Chardonnay


Runs about oh $15/bottle. A nice full velvety wine, with a joyfully piquant acidity playing a delightful dance in harmonious contrast to the fine butterscotch and late Spring melon notes that linger seductively on the palate, offering hints of untold delights that await the determined pursuer.

Ok, I made that up.

But it is none the less pretty good hootch.

3 Responses to “Good Friday Eats”

  1. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Trust you to ignore the fish and go all poetic on the hootch. 😛

    I made a lamb roast yesterday – my first ever. And I did it in a crock pot, because every bit of lamb we’ve had here in the last five years has needed a diamond saw to cut it.
    It was tender as, well…a lamb, and a huge success. (Pardon me, I’m going to go preen for a while… I’m NOT known for being a cook, let alone a good one.)

  2. Kate P says:

    Looks tasty. We had anchovies in our pasta for our fish!

  3. Syd B. says:

    The pics alone made me think of that divine quote from George Costanza.

    “I think it moved”.

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