Tropical-ish

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Well hello and happy December! It’s sad that I don’t have an advent calender. I remember having a fancy one from my grandmother one year, where behind every door, there was a miniature Christmas ornament for a doll-sized tree. Opening those doors was just so exciting!

This advent isn’t quite as exhilarating, although I was invited to Matt’s office party, so I guess that’s something. Do people have lots of fun holiday events to attend?

The weather outside is frightful, but not because of snow. We actually have a tropical-ish mist going on in Boston this evening. I was thrilled to be home by 6 (I finished babysitting early today) because I finally had time to cook a decent dinner. Enter blackened tilapia, a very common meal in this household because it’s cheap. Not sure if I’ve ever linked to the recipe if anyone’s interested…

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I also made a huge pan of kale chips

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and a dill yogurt sauce.

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All served over cumin-spiced brown basmati and black beans.

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I guess that’s about it folks. I’m off to do internet things. Sleep tight.
  • Kath
    December 1, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    I’ve got a fun trip planned!

  • sara
    December 2, 2010 at 8:38 am

    Yum, that dinner sounds great! I love dill yogurt sauce with fish…it’s such a perfect combo!

    I don’t have any crazy holiday plans, just a nice break from school and apartment life. I can’t wait to be with my family for four weeks! 🙂

  • Stacy @ Every Little Thing
    December 2, 2010 at 9:05 am

    That looks like a great meal! I’ve been thinking about bringing more fish into the house and that’s the perfect way to do it!

  • Kat
    December 2, 2010 at 8:55 pm

    I never thought about doing fish with a yogurt sauce, but that one looks easily sell-able to Marcus!

    Even though I am now a Hanukkah-celebrant, my co-worker and I almost bought advent calendars just to have an excuse to eat chocolate every day 🙂