|Bread Crumb with my own spices|
Let's start with tonight's dinner. Our good friend Joe fishes often, and we were the recipients of one of his latest catches. Fresh trout. It might still be my favorite fish! I can't get enough of it.
In my recipe binder, there is a stack of ShopRite grocer recipe cards, and this is where I went for tonight's fish supply.
The recipe called for Italian spiced crumbs, and since I have plain ones, I used my own herbs and spices to flavor the crumb coating.
|Coated fish on olive oil|
|Illegible, but I basically told you what to do!|
In my opinion, the fish was tastier without the sandwich rolls and tartar sauce, but I didn't have enough food to fill my family's bellies, so we had to go with the sandwiches. It was a perfect match with Kettle brand sea salt potato chips.
|Tori being the statue of liberty, which she does during any "countdown". Jesse in his playard, watching Tori run, jump and yell!|
And here's my plate of food.
Tori, trying her first fish sandwich. Survey says: *shaking her head* NO. So I tell her to eat the fish without the bread. Yes, you have to. That's dinner. It's how we roll when you're five years old.
|Using up the leftover drinks in the frig...Ginger ale and grape juice are a great pair!|
|Tori poses with our pre-baked cinnamon roll|
...Meringue. Yuck. I don't even like meringue.
My new year manicure lasted but two days before the tips chipped off completely, so I was forced to remove the whole paint job. Lacking time, as usual, I decided to forego the task of painting my nails. I quickly changed my mind and quickly painted just a base coat to protect them.
In my wishy-washy state of mind, I grabbed the Pure Ice Super Star & speedily swiped tips on each nail.
Since Jesse was sleeping extra long at the time, I chose to coat them with a layer of Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Diamonds, for a bit of shimmer. And in the end, I finished them off with a top coat to help the manicure last through the day of domestic chores.
But I have pictures! :o)