‘The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today’
KAYAKS ARRIVED!!!! Had a very nice cruise around the cove. The boats we purchased are for fishing and are wider than the average kayak-really roomy. There is a platform in case you wish to stand up and fish. We found out that this does not apply to tall people. My husband tried, tipped over then almost dumped me out grabbing onto my boat trying to get back in his. We are really going to enjoy these this summer. 🙂
This was my first experience with sea bass. I have seen it in restaurants and they appear to be thicker filets. All I could find were thinner ones and although they were good I still would like to find some of better quality. The dill was picked fresh from the garden (a new plant-rabbits devoured the first one). I made a side of bowtie pasta with buttery parmesan sauce and an avocado, tomato and olive salad with a squeeze of lemon. Quick and easy.
- Sea Bass Filets
- Fresh Dill
- Fresh garlic. minced
- Salt and Pepper
- lemon juice
- Paprika (to make it pretty)
Sprinkle the fish with the spices and wrap in parchment paper. Here is a ‘How To’ video on how to fold the parchment paper. http://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitchen/inside-our-kitchen/article/how-to-fold-parchment-paper-to-cook-en-papillote
Bake at 400 degrees F for 0-15 minutes. Garnish with a lemon wedge and a sprinkle of paprika.
Have a great day!