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Wife picked up Mahi filet at the store while I was in MO. I wanted teriyaki glaze but we didn't have any. So I mixed balsamic vinaigrette with plum sauce, soy sauce, couple of dashes of fish sauce, five spice powder, and white sugar. Had the Asian flavor that I wanted. I slathered some sauce on the meat side of the filet and seared it in a hot pan. I flipped the fish skin side down and reduced the heat. Once it was nearing doneness I added more sauce on the filet. Added thin slices of onion and garlic into the pan. Then added a bunch of garden picked cherry tomatoes. Cooked until the tomatoes started bursting. Served the fish with jasmine rice and topped with the cooked onion, tonato, and garlic.

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2 hours ago, rps said:

Stuffed pork tenderloin with mustard pan sauce and a cantaloupe and mozzarella Caprese salad.

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Looks good! RPS hadn't thought of a melon Caprese salad. Did you use a white balsamic vinegar?

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35 minutes ago, Travis Swift said:

Last night I made Blackend fish on the Traeger and Zuchhini and onions from the Garden.  The fish were a mixture of bass (from a farm pond), crappie and drum...drum are great eating if you have never had any!  One of my favorite "low carb" meals.  

We like fish (or chicken breast) and zucchini as a low-carb/low-cal meal too. Eat it about once a week.

In freezer clean out mode this week. Chicken, scallops, pizza on the meal plan for the week. 

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2 hours ago, Mitch f said:

852 pages! Congratulations Sir Ness of Birmingham! 

Thank you, kind sir, but it's been a group effort. 

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7 hours ago, Johnsfolly said:

Looks good! RPS hadn't thought of a melon Caprese salad. Did you use a white balsamic vinegar?

You bet ya. And EVOO. Notice the small amount of prosciutto. The green is mint and basil. I highly recommend the combination.

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