"If you are not prepared, you'll be playing catch up all day."
These go fast in our house, so we make two batches at a time.
Meal prep can get confusing at times. Your menu may have 5 different dishes with multiple ingredients in each. What to do first??
A few months ago I was feeling some anxiety. I was not sleeping, becoming agitated easily, and my stress levels were noticeably elevated. This was unfamiliar to me as I have always had a calm demeanor. Maybe it was the pandemic or a big event that was in the near future. A few weeks later, an article caught my attention of a professional athlete that I follow on social media.
Are you afraid to cook fish? I hear people say that a lot. It's not that difficult. When purchasing fish, make sure it's fresh and I suggest cooking it the same day as you purchase. This dish is a favorite of mine. Halibut is an easy fish to cook, it can get pricey so any firm white fish will do. I sear the filet in a hot pan to obtain a nice crust and finish it off in the oven. The sauce is a staple in my kitchen as it is very versatile. The tomatoes cook down to a saucey almost melted consistency and the more garlic the better. It's great for pasta and you can add anything to it, herbs, olives, capers are great too. I've even used it as a spread for sandwiches!! So, Don't let cooking fish intimidate you. Give it a try and impress your friends.
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