The Heartstopper

Muhahaha.  That’s my evil laugh.  Check this bad boy out.

THE HEARTSTOPPER

Oh yeah.  That is the hearstopper.  Your normal every day cinnamon roll’s mutant big brother.  I may have had two.  Don’t make that face!!  I didn’t get my Tuesday treat and they were gooooood.  I’m going to stick to my guns and say totally worth it.  All-ecompassingly worth it.  So there.  PS  Did you notcice that it takes up half of the plate?? 

Worth it.

I honestly wasn’t hungry for lunch.  Shocker, I know.  I just had a handful of some cherries, blackberries, and raspberries around 1 pm. 

Dinner on the other hand came nice and early and it was tasterrific.  Yeah, that’s a new word.  Go ahead and call Webster, because it’s here to stay.  Earlier this week, I thawed out some walleye that my friend caught and tonight I decided to steam her up in the oven with some butter, dill, and lemon juice.

I melted the butter (1 1/2 tablespoons) with 2 tsp dried dill and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice.  Bring that to a simmer and set it aside. 

Lay out each fish filet on top of a thin pad of butter. 

I sprinkled the top with Old Bay and poured the lemon butter mixture over the top.

I tented it tightly with aluminum foil and baked for 15 minutes at 375. 

After 15 minutes pull out the tray and poke 2 holes into the foil and bake for 5 more minutes.  Also, I threw some aspaagus in (on another tray) for the last 10 minutes of cooking.

Looks good don’t it??  Well…it was! 

And I’m a huge sucker for fresh baked bread (from the store – I’m taking a hiatus from baking), so there was some bread and buttah!

And now it’s time to go teach some climbing to some people and then come back home to pack for camping and climbing in the canyon this weekend.  Have a fantabulous Friday!  Yes, fantabulous is another word Webster will be adding to his dictionary shortly.  You may as well start using it too ;)!

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