Tone Matters. Use It Well.
- Jan 26, 2019
- NW Connecticut, USA
That sounds good. I usually go with fresh or frozen salmon, hence the high price, so I should try canned more often. In general I've found a lot of variety helps a lot, Even with just salads and stir-fries, using different ingredients and spices keeps boredom at bay.
WalMart Superstores usually have frozen salmon on sale often. I think family picked up a couple 4 lb bags of filets for $17.99 each a while back...still making use of these from the freezer...
I've not tried the stir-fry meat/veggies recently...although I realize I could essentially make a stir-fry meat/veggie/rice combination in my wok (atop an electric burner stove, no less) for several days ahead, and just reheat things for a couple days...wouldn't mind trading out the rice for a rice or veggie noodle every so often; just got to watch the carb intake...
During the warmer months when veggies are in season, garden salads are a must. I think this year garden-wise I'll try growing some varietal cucumbers and salad tomatoes. My pickling cucumbers 2 years ago didn't do well in their ceramic pottery, so I'll try varieties suited to my region and put these into the garden frame proper. Likely will keep the tomato seedlings to 2 large bush-type for easier harvesting, and 4 mounds of cucumbers with room for growth trained outside the garden frame...