What's for dinner tonight? I hope to make this a regular feature, as, of course, it's something that comes up at some point every day.
- Tilapia filets, which I dredged in seasoned flour, sauted in a little olive oil, and then dressed with a sauce of browned butter and reduced balsamic vinegar (saw this on Rachel Ray and it sounded good; got good reviews from the family, but personally I thought it needed more acid)
- Blanched haricots verts (the thin green beans, available in bags at Costco pre-trimmed) with olive oil, a squeeze of Meyer lemon and sea salt
- "Cauliflower mush," as we affectionately call it, which is one head of cauliflower plus one potato, steamed together, then mashed or blended with a little yogurt, olive oil, grated parmesan, salt and pepper; although tonight, because I had no yogurt, I put in a little of the low-fat sour cream and onion dip I made yesterday, and it added a terrific tang
Dessert? We still have some chai snickerdoodles left, I think, from my baking frenzy of the other day. Or watermelon.