We are lucky enough to have a cottage where we do a lot of fishing, and if we catch a good-sized pickerel or bass, we immediately try to come up with a new way to eat it. Fish tacos are always a family favorite, especially when combined with the last of the summer peaches and radishes.
This dish is high in fiber, protein and antioxidants. And depending on the fish you use, it’s a great source of essential fatty acids. You can use any light-tasting fish for this dish.
Fish Tacos with Peaches and Radishes
• 1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
• About 1 pound of fish of your choice Continue reading “Dinner Tonight: Fish Tacos with Peaches and Radishes”
Eggs are one of the best fast foods available. They are economical and provide a host of nutrients and vitamins our bodies need. And they can be eaten on their own or as part of a multitude of sweet and savory dishes.
The white of the egg (albumen) is all protein with very little fat, and the yellow yolk (the vitellus) contains the fat and many other nutrients. All together an egg is a powerhouse food that contains vitamins A, D, E, and various B vitamins; the minerals selenium, calcium, iron, and zinc; and the antioxidant lutein.
Eggs are my go-to food when I haven’t prepared anything for dinner. This recipe is a favorite, especially with my kids. They love the small size of the dish. I love that they are getting a quality meal! Continue reading “Dinner Tonight – Eggs!”