A pescatarian is a vegetarian who eats fish. I eat damn near everything, but fish is one of them.
Yesterday on Fatal Foodies, I posted about some really good cauliflower and a garlicky sauce that went with it. I had some left over, so we had this:
Down there at the bottom, that’s tilapia with the sauce spread around it all plate-the-fish-like. To cook the tilapia, I dredge it in vegan margarine and sprinkle it with salt, crushed dried parsley, celery, and seasoned breadcrumbs. I cook it on medium low in a skillet for about 7 minutes, turn it over and cook it for another 7 minutes or so. DAMN, it’s good!
The red-and-white stuff is roasted radishes. Somebody told me roasted radishes were good. Let me put it this way: They tasted like indifferent cabbage, but they were still the best radishes I ever had.
Above the fish is a risotto of arborio rice, mushrooms, Sherry, and Parmesan. Very good.
At the top is a dish of which I am very fond. It’s cottage cheese, raspberry-flavored peaches, and mayonnaise. Don’t knock it if you ain’t tried it, as my grandfather used to say.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write a scene in which your character tries something they expect to be distasteful. Is it, or not?