Thursday, January 14, 2010

Look What Kent Whipped Up

Kent cooks the BEST salmon (among many other things)! When it’s on our menu that means he’s cooking and I’m taking a break. Not really, I was doing laundry while he cooked but hey look how delish! That’s chard in the skillet next to the salmon and it was fab too.
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Kent’s such a awesome cook and I’m the lucky lady that gets to eat his food when he gets the urge to cook!
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I want to hear from you: If you could
have anything for dinner
(distance, season, and money are no
concern) what would you have?
Me, I would be dinning in the streets of Zhuhai, China with my booty resting on a upside down bucket sipping warm noodle soup and eating fresh steamed fish. Can you tell, I’ve really been missing China lately :( 

6 comments:

  1. Yum, that looks good, Kendra! As much as I love salmon, I'd be happy to go to your house and have Kent make that meal again! Something else I crave is BLT pizza. It has been years since I've had it and I love it!

    Nancy

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  2. I am a country girl at heart and love good southern food. So I would probably pick something so simple it would make people laugh. But, here goes. I would pick pinto beans with cornbread, stewed potatoes, fried okra and fried squash and definatley turnip greens. I would also want a big glass of sweet tea. Ok, that is my comfort food and I would never eat that much, but those would just be my favorites. I am easy.

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  3. YUM. That does look amazing, and I love fish.

    OK, so you'll never guess what I found at Goodwill tonight! 2 of those books from that series you wrote about recently--the jeaniene frost or whatever her name is! 49 cents each, can't beat that! I'm in the middle of a Nicholas Sparks book right now, but I'll let you know what I think when I get to them...hmm...come to think of it, hopefully one of them is the first one in the series. tricky! :)

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  4. You ARE one lucky gal! That salmon looks good. When I make it I spread mayonaise on top then sprinnkle with dill and bake in the oven...YUM!

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  5. Thanks, Kendra, for stopping by over at my blog and giving me good advice on my little table. I definitely pick the pitcher and branches as well.

    Blessings.

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  6. I would definitely want fried green tomatoes...those things are the best! Kent looks like a great cook! Yummy :)

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