Some of the most frequently asked questions as the holiday season approaches, and the Christmas gift list lengthens, revolves around the printing methods and print quality I use for my artwork. Compared to holding a print and viewing it up close, fine art quality is a difficult thing to gauge through a computer or phone screen. So, to make the experience a little easier, I’d like to explain why I chose the paper and printing method for my art prints.
In an attempt to revamp the website, I managed to delete a few blog posts from the site. One of which was the fish taco recipe. It gave me the chance to add the improvements I’ve added over the last year and a whole new recipe to the post. Tacos are a favorite in our house and a really easy way to stretch fish fillets for a gathering. With a little creativity, you can easily adapt any of these recipes to chicken, pork, or steak. Enjoy!
Coronaries beware. There’s not a vegan way for this meal. Consider hitting the treadmill and chugging the Metamucil after consuming this dish. And of course, you need friends over to save you from yourself, otherwise you’ll eat it all. Spread the love of cholesterol and triglycerides fairly with companions. It’s the only moral way to handle the situation.
Four different, and simple ways to make king mackerel a delicious meal. Smoked mackerel in a dip, fried as cakes, tossed in a salad with homemade dressing, and incorporated into pasta.
This week’s recipe makes an appearance on my dinner table often. This recipe combines the flavors of your favorite southwest meals with the seafood of the Gulf of Mexico! And of course, it’s really easy to prepare in under 30 minutes for a wholesome meal for the family.