Pimento cheese is one of those foods that has been so corrupted by the food industry that it has become synonymous with other crappy foods like Spam. I'm not even certain what store bought pimento cheese might contain, nor do I want to find out. It's a shame because pimento cheese can be a delightful treat, even if it does Read the full post…
In a few days it will officially be fall but the temperatures are still warm enough for me to continue swimming for a few more days. The breeze was a little cool but that didn't stop me from swimming several laps this morning and I felt great afterwards! Have you exercised lately? With fall's cooler temperatures and fewer insects, you Read the full post…
A friend of mine was recently diagnosed with shingles so I felt I should discuss this nasty virus once again. If you ever had chicken pox, you are at risk for getting shingles and believe me, you don't want it. Shingles is a painful rash with blisters that scab over and may take 4 weeks or more to heal. The Read the full post…
There are times when I think I could easily become a vegetarian, especially when I try a new dish that is as good as the vegetarian tacos I had at Local Lime restaurant in Little Rock and the tofu fried rice at Sai Tai here in Jonesboro. My husband and I celebrated our 23rd anniversary this past weekend by spending Read the full post…
Summer is winding down , the year is more than half way over and our January resolutions are long forgotten. It's time for a health reality check. First of all, how is your health lately? If you have enjoyed good health, are you thankful? Take some time to appreciate how wonderful it feels to be healthy, for your family to Read the full post…
I'm back from a lovely beach vacation and I wish I was still there with all my heart. Wouldn't it be nice if our every day life was as nice as a vacation? If we could relax, eat well, sleep and exercise just enough without having to worry about bills, work, illnesses and school, our lives would be perfect. But Read the full post…
Well how was your Thanksgiving? Did you incorporate any of my tips for a healthier holiday into your plans? I had a fabulous week with my kids home and the friends and family that shared the big feast with us. Not to brag but my weight stayed the same. I made a very conscientious decision not to over eat this year. I would have had seconds in the past but this year I’ve noticed I really don’t feel well after stuffing myself. It’s just not worth it anymore. Take stock of yourself: how do you feel after eating a heaping plate of food? It doesn’t hurt to do that once in awhile but if you do it too often, it winds up in an unsightly blob around your waist. Do you really want 1/4 of the pie? When you eat a third helping of anything, are you really hungry or just being greedy? None of the food will seem that good when compared to being diagnosed with a disease you could have prevented like diabetes.
Now that I’ve lectured you, I thought I’d share a recipe today that was so quick and easy. I came up with this one on my own after making a pasta dish and having a lots of leftover hot wing sauce. You can definitely have this on the table in 30 minutes but if you raise the temperature a bit, you can do it in 20. Steam some broccoli and throw some fruit in a bowl and dinner is done.
Tilapia with Buffalo Sauce and Blue Cheese
1 tilapia fillet per person (substitute any white fish like catfish or snapper)
panko bread crumbs
Buffalo wing sauce, hot or mild
blue cheese crumbles
salt to taste
Heat oven to 375. Rinse fish and pat dry. Place fillets in a shallow dish and drizzle with olive oil, coating fish evenly. Place panko crumbs in another shallow dish and dredge fish well; sprinkle with salt. Place on a rimmed baking sheet or dish. Bake 12 minutes and remove pan from oven. Flip fish carefully to brown the other side. Before returning to oven, spoon some Buffalo sauce over each piece and sprinkle with 1 tsp. to 1 Tbsp. blue cheese crumbles. Return to oven and cook until fish just flakes, 10 or 15 minutes depending on thickness of fillets.
My husband really enjoyed this as he likes hot and spicy foods. My daughter doesn’t much care for blue cheese so you can leave this off or substitute another cheese of your choosing. Don’t drown the fish in Buffalo sauce; it is easier to add some than to take away. This was one of the easiest ways I’ve ever prepared fish, leaving me plenty of time to address Christmas cards.
If you didn’t do so well with keeping the calories at bay, don’t wave the white flag of surrender. Just know you can fight the good fight every day and win the next time!
Upadated on November 27, 2012
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