Peek-A-Boo 


Look who’s come to watch us tinkle in the recently redecorated upstairs bathroom.  He arrived today and I absolutely love him! And, of course, his name is Peek-A-Boo. Isn’t he adorable? 

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Given all my digestive challenges, I’ve been forced to spend more time in the kitchen, learning to make food I can both digest and enjoy.  After discovering my gluten intolerance a year or so ago, I’ve been learning how to cook and bake gluten free foods, and now I’ve got to work with the limited foods my body can handle, currently (soft, lean foods.)

As fish is one of the few solid foods I can eat right now, in moderation, (fortunately, I love seafood,) I’ve been learning to cook it at home (something I’ve always been afraid to do.)  So far, I’ve baked and grilled Tuna steak, Swordfish steak, and Salmon.  In an effort to branch out, tonight I made butter sautéed scallops with a lemon butter garlic sauce.

Hot damn, were they delicious!

The more I cook and bake, the more comfortable I get in the kitchen and the more I enjoy it. At this rate, if I successfully master all of my favorite foods, I may never go out to eat again. 

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7 Responses to Peek-A-Boo 

  1. Mark in DE says:

    I’ve always been afraid of overcooking fish, plus I hate that the entire house smells of it for (what seems like) days. Glad you’re adapting to your new reality. You’ll have plenty of seafood from which to choose next month in RB. 😉

  2. javabear says:

    Superman baked some salmon for our dinner tonight. There was gluten-filled breading on it, so it would not have done for you. 😦 On the other hand, I love the giraffe!

  3. I really enjoy cooking myself. Something theraputic about it.

  4. I love baked salmon! I’ll be right over…save me a cosmo!

  5. Ravager619 says:

    Fish is awesome! I love ahi tuna and salmon. I had yellowfin the other day, and that was deelish, too.

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