We look forward to Thanksgiving dinner all year long. We make and bake everyone’s favorites till we are completely exausted. And, even though we can hardly put one foot in front of the other, we almost run to the table to gorge on roast turkey, cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and pie. Lots of pie. The next day we can’t wait to gorge on the leftovers and they are still soooo yummy! On the third day the leftovers are……..still there, but you are soooo happy you don’t have to cook that you eat them one more time. On day 4 you make turkey pot pie or turkey noodle soup with the rest of the turkey. By day 5….. you. are. done. You do not want to see any thing resembling a turkey or cornbread dressing for at least another 359 days! So what now! What do you cook for dinner when you are tired of the Thanksgiving leftovers ???
Seafood & Fish
shrimp, fresh fish, cod, halibut, tilapia, salmon
Crispy Parmesan & Panko Baked Cod
Panko has recently taken over the world! But what the heck is it? It is only the greatest and crunchiest bread crumb ever!
“Panko” is a type of flaky bread crumb used in Japanese cooking. The bread is made by a method called dielectric baking. What???? Dielectric baking is baking with electric current. This method of baking produces a pale colored crustless bread. When the bread is ground it creates fine slivers of crumb that are really light and airy.