I won't tell you how old she is but she is 6 years younger that me. She is the baby on the end, I am the bossy older sister in the middle and Stacey, the "Middle Child" is on the other end.
Since she is living in England at the moment we keep in touch via emails, skyping and our shared blog...Thank God for technology!
To honour Holly's Birthday and to thank you my dear friends for your support I had a "thank you give away" and I just wanted to let you know that the 2 winners are Jackie from the UK and Wendy from the US.
Congratulations Jackie and Wendy! If you could email me soon to let me know a postal address I will get your goodies out to you. My email address is on my Profile.
I can't stop reading it!
I seem to take it with me everywhere I go....
It has even become my favourite bed time read!
The recipe that I would like share today is for miso fish.
The first step in the recipe is to prepare a marinade for the fish which is made of 2 tablespoons of white miso paste, 2 teaspoons of sugar, 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil. You just mix these ingredients together and brush this mixture onto the fish. I used Barramundi but any kind of firm white fish such as snapper or blue eye would be perfect. Granger suggests that the fish is placed under a hot grill for 5-7 minutes but I put mine in the oven with some french fries for about 10 minutes....my kids like fish but they love fish when it is served with chips!
While the fries and fish were cooking I prepared some Chinese vegetables. I cut some bok choy in 1/2 and washed it really well.
I then laid the vegetables on a microwave safe platter, drizzled them with some oyster sauce, sesame oil and water and cooked the bok choy in the microwave for about 3 minutes.
Granger suggests serving the fish and vegetables with rice, which would have been gorgeous as it would have soaked up all the yummy juices, but we really enjoyed eating this with the fries. He also suggests that it is served with shredded spring onions but I sprinkled ours with roasted and sliced seaweed/nori.
How easy is that! I told you his recipes are great. I can't wait to try another recipe tonight!
Well, I am off to go and find some more recipes over at Designs by Gollum and I can't wait to see what beautiful things people are sharing over at Cindy's Romantic Home...I will probably see you there!
Thanks so much for hosting 2 of my favorite weekly bloggy parties Michael Lee and Cindy.
Thank you so much for spending time with me today in my little corner of the world Down Under. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend.
Best wishes always,
Natasha In Oz