Prepare the fish as follows, salt and pepper and make a few notches. We clean the potatoes, wash them and cut them into cubes, then boil them for 15 minutes, drain them and leave them to wait. Cut the green onion obliquely, the pepper and the diced tomatoes. waxed paper.
Save money and get a head start on spring cleaning by keeping the party at homeYou& 39;ll love these excuses to party at home!Congratulations! You just survived another manic holiday season.The decorations are packed away nice and tight and that New Year& 39;s resolution to lose a couple of pounds is, well, still something you& 39;re sticking to.
Although the months of campfire s’mores are slipping away, there’s no reason to say goodbye to warm, gooey marshmallows. This simple cookie recipe is sure to win over all you gluten-free skeptics with its chewy marshmallow bits, rich peanut butter chips and chocolate chunks. So gather ’round the campfire (oven) and enjoy a taste of summer… or two.
Drinkers in 3 states claim that AB InBev is lying about the alcohol content in its Budweiser and other brewsWe figure there are going to be a lot of wisecracks from the craft beer industry on this news: New reports say that a class-action lawsuit has been filed against Anheuser-Busch InBev, with consumers accusing the company of watering down its beer.
Seafood conservation and advocacy group Oceana has revealed a startlingly high rate of seafood fraud across the entire country. In Boston, 48 percent of all seafood is reportedly labeled as a different species in stores, restaurants, and sushi bars. In Miami, it& 39;s 31 percent, and in Los Angeles, it& 39;s a whopping 55 percent.
RecipesIngredientsSeafoodFishWhite fish Cod A very simple and quick fish dish to cook on the barbecue. I always make this for myself when I am barbecuing fillet steaks for the rest of my family.13 people made thisIngredientsServes: 1 1 (120g) cod filletsalt and ground black pepper to taste1 pinch garlic powder, or to taste10g roughly chopped spinach, or to taste1/4 tomato, seeded and diced1 tablespoon chopped onion1 tablespoon olive oil, or to taste1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar, or to taste1 slice mozzarella cheese, cut into cubesMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:20minPreheat an outdoor barbecue for medium-high heat.