Today is the first no-meat Friday of the year for those observing Lent. Or as my husband calls it, Fish Friday. What he means, really, is Fish Fry Day. That’s the only way he can survive a meatless day. I, on the other hand, would be perfectly content with lentil soup.
Unfortunately for him, I am in no mood to be indulging in anything deep-fried, let alone fried fish. Fortunately for him, however, I have just the right recipe to make his first no-meat Friday as painless as can be. I’ll be making this Vietnamese Claypot Fish.
And I’ll be sharing the recipe with you all very soon, so you, too, can look forward to your meatless Fridays. If you’re observing Lent, that is. If not, well… you can still enjoy fish, can’t you?!
Or maybe these:
“I haven’t had anything like this, but I would love to – it looks so amazing! I would love to stuff my mouth with this pie.” — Jhuls
“Me, too, Jhuls. I’ll be the happiest person if I could stuff my face with that fabulous pie!” — Angie
“Omg, is that not a 5-star entrée?! I’m completely obsessed with this stuffed flank steak! And the wine sauce!” — Angie
“I can’t wait for summer to be here when I can harvest zucchini flowers from my backyard, so I can make this beautiful quiche.” — Angie
“I am craving a chocolate cake and this looks like something that could satisfy the crazy cravings. The cake looks perfectly delicious.” — Jhuls
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