Tilapia with Lemon Pepper Butter
I bought the frozen Tilapia from Traders Joe's and was afraid to cook it.
I don't really like experimenting with food. I worry about waste.
So I figured, how bad could this be. I love lemon pepper, I love butter, I think I like Tilapia.
It was a good gamble.
1 Package Trader Joe's Tilapia
8 x 8 pan
I poured a Tablespoon or so in the bottom of the pan. I placed the thawed tilapia
on top of the oil.
Six minutes first side.
Two/Three minutes on second side.
While baking fish, melt 1/2 stick of butter in a pan.
Add the a few teaspoons of lemon pepper and the juice of 1/2 a lemon.
I may have used a clove of garlic, but I can't remember for sure.
Salt as needed.
When the fish was finished I put it on a plate and poured the sauce over it.
It was perfectly delicious.
I bought this Chili starter yesterday.
It is created by Rick Bayless.
The recipe says to use either one pound of chicken, pork or turkey. I chose pork.
So I browned the pork, added this bottle of chili starter.
Added one cup of water.
Let it cook for 20 minutes.
I am very picky about soups in jars and cans. I usually prefer making them myself.
But this one is really delicious. The flavors are just right.
I loved it.
Two shows to watch.
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
This movie was wonderful. I think I liked it better than any other light romantic comedy I have seen this year. It was pretty and interesting and sweet. It's not that funny.
It's just a good story.
Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt star and were both nominated for Golden Globes. The movie was also nominated for a Golden Globe.
I didn't know anything about it....but watched it on a whim.
I caught this show on PBS just the other night. It was one of the most interesting and delightful things I have seen on television....ever.
Prince Charles sits and watches home movies. He talks about his mom, the Queen.
He giggles over and over while watching himself a a little boy.
He tells stories about his parents.
The movies are charming.
Hey! Look. I found the whole thing on YouTube. We shall see how long this will be available....
but if you would like to see it. Here it is.
It is an amazing (to me) to peek into the lives of the Royals.
I especially appreciated how jolly Prince Phillip was in the movies.
(I have many new thoughts on Charles and Diana after seeing this movie.)
Encourage one another,