25 January 2017

nuranar: Hortense Bonaparte. La reine Hortense sous une tonnelle à Aix-les-Bains (1813) by Antoine Jean Duclaux. (Default)
It was a shock to hear about Mary Tyler Moore today. Her own show was never a favorite of mine, but she was a wonderful actress throughout. And she was so perfect as Laura Petrie. I never would have thought she'd go before Dick Van Dyke. :'(

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At least tonight's dinner was a success, and both cooking and cleanup was done before 7:30. Cod with a spiced butter (grated Parmesan and pink pepper), baked over roasted Brussels sprouts.  Which I've never had before, by the way. My mother absolutely loathed them as a child, so I have literally never had them. They're not bad, though I'm not super fond of the cooking smell. Kind of combined cabbage and cauliflower.

Unlike last night's recipe, the fish cooked perfectly on time. Whew.

Pink pepper is yummy. It's not technically a peppercorn, and it's got some bite, but a lot less than true red pepper.

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