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    Dinner

    Fried rice:
    Started w/ red onion, sauteed for a few minutes, added garlic.
    Then California brown rice, already cooked.

    Mixed in some homemade sun-gold salsa:
    (sun golds (garden), yellow pear tomatoes (garden), serrano and anaheim peppers, lime, splash of vinegar, garlic, onion, cilantro, salt, pepper, so sweet from the sun golds people swear I added sugar)

    5 minutes, cracked in 2 free range brown eggs.

    Once done, cleaned the pan and sauteed mahi steak in olive oil.
    4 minutes, flipped and topped w/ more salsa.

    Garnished w/ chopped cilantro and a chunked tomato from a stand 1/4 mile away, best tomatoes I've bought in 10 years.

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    Not the best plate for color contrast but:

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    would rather dig up the tofu and eat that.. Cilantro destroys food for me and I don't like tomatoes.

    Wife loves cilantro...
    she would love that dinner

    I was going to post a link to that thread, but the SG search results for "bullsh|t" were too numerous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    would rather dig up the tofu and eat that.. Cilantro destroys food for me and I don't like tomatoes.

    Wife loves cilantro...
    she would love that dinner

    The tofu was 11 years ago
    I love cilantro in certain foods and w/ the salsa this was a good combination.

    Hated/despised/detested tomatoes as a kid. Love them now and crave the hell out of them at times.

    These came from a local farm above me that is renting space from a defunct greenhouse complex right down the road from me. Excellent produce and very happy to give them my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    Not the best plate for color contrast but:
    that looks SO good.

    Dinner tonight will just be tilapia fried in half a teaspoon duck fat (and ddusted with Weber's Beer Can Chicken seasoning). 8 oz of fish, (with salsa mustard aoli for dipping) and a big serving of broccoli. I'm trying to get fit. Probly around 350 cals, and utterly delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9mmprincess View Post
    that looks SO good.

    Dinner tonight will just be tilapia fried in half a teaspoon duck fat (and ddusted with Weber's Beer Can Chicken seasoning). 8 oz of fish, (with salsa mustard aoli for dipping) and a big serving of broccoli. I'm trying to get fit. Probly around 350 cals, and utterly delicious.
    It was damn tasty. I use cilantro in salsa a lot but am starting to add it to more foods it goes well with. Same with basil.
    From what I remember you seem to be very fit already.

    Curious...why duck fat?

    Big broccoli fan here, one of the things I grow in my garden every year. Of all the foods that taste better when you grow it yourself I think it's the top one.

    Do you have Costco membership?
    If so, they've got one of the best seasonings I've ever used. About 20 different veggies, herbs, and spices, all organic, and no salt.
    http://www.costco.com/Kirkland-Signa...100043610.html

    In-store they sell them individually and it's awesome. Great on veggies, fish and seafood, veggies, eggs, soups, you name it.

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