First off, I just had to share this picture with you! Playing in the rain!
Tonight's dinner just had to be shared!
We start with the halibut, caught on my Dad's boat last week out of Seward. This picture is of my Father-in-Law, who should be very proud of himself!
Here it is again, just thawed.
Turnip greens, Spinach and Kale, from the garden.
The halibut is seasoned with olive oil, lemon and curry powder, dried onion, and fresh green onion from the garden.
A nice cup of tea while I cooked, flavored with milk from the local dairy, and local honey I bought at the farmers market.
Sauteed the greens with some olive oil and minced garlic.
Halibut is baked until just flaky.
The finished product, and it was SO yummy! The boy kept stealing the greens off my plate!
How's that for a sustainable, local, completely chemical-free dinner?!
In other news, I changed the front path from the driveway to the deck. I had a flower box up against the wall before:
I moved the flower box and the bench that was on the deck:
I like the feeling of sitting in a little garden that you get now when you sit on the bench. It also freed up a little room on the deck. What do you think?