06 February 2011
Tilapia, with broccoli, and a cheddar cheese sauce poured liberally over both. Just perfect for dinner on a cold, gray, dreary winter's day. I never really grew up eating fish except for canned salmon (has to be red sock-eye and fried!) or tuna. Daddy like fried oysters, but seeing what they looked like before they were fried, I never got up the nerve to down one. But regular fish filets? We didn't eat them. They've become one of my favorites, though, in recent years. What I find odd about the fish is that it sure doesn't take much, and I feel full. Course, that might be the cheese sauce, eh?
Posted by William Weedon at 5:39 PM