Sorry that it’s been so long. Things have been a little crazy with finals, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking! This one is from a little over a week ago.
It all started when my dad bought too much striped bass at the Farmers’ Market while I was home over Thanksgiving. Being the good daughter that I am, I quickly volunteered to bring the deliciously fresh fish back to Midd with me. So there was about a pound of Long Island striped bass in my freezer… this was the base for our Sunday Dinner Club dinner.
I made a fresh tomato sauce, with some capers, and cut the striped bass into cubes, and let it all simmer together until the fish was done. Served with a little lemon, it was the perfect way to end the weekend.
But one pound of fish wasn’t going to be quite enough, so I went to see what I could find at the Co-Op. I came home with a beautiful piece of Wild Alaskan Sockeye salmon, which we broiled in the oven with olive oil, salt, pepper, and lemon juice (thankfully it wasn’t over cooked this time)!
Then I decided that I was craving some kale, so we sauteed that with garlic and olive oil. It was a little overdone, but in a way that made it crispy, not burnt, so it was actually a really fun textural addition to the plate.
Add a salad and a little rice, and I would say it was the perfect Sunday dinner!
Dress is Kirna Zabete for Target Scarf procured during trip to Paris two years ago Black tights are Hue Shoes are Pierre Hardy for Gap Earrings that you can barely see are J. Crew Pasty white skin c/o Midwest winter Pompadour ponytail because my hair was hella flat