What are the best parts about coming into work on a Sunday?
- The peace and quite that apparently does exist in the absence of undergraduates
- The Tea House Spicy Fish
I’m afraid this picture really isn’t doing it justice, but this dish is amazing!
It also means that dinner has to be in a slightly different vein:
All is definitely not lost though. This
little enormous guy is covered with a homemade dressing that is totally second to none. Dr. Annebelle taught me how to make it when I lived with her and it’s been my go-to ever since. The batch I made today was particularly super-special though. I used the homemade (is this the right way to describe this?) honey from Andi’s dad’s bees! Now this stuff is great by itself, and I almost felt like using it for the dressing would be kind of wasting it, you know, but O.M.G. It’s fantastic!
In short, and very inaccurate, here is the dressing recipe:
Dr. Annebelle’s Dressing
- 2 part mustard
- 2 part honey
- 1 part olive oil
- 1 part balsamic vinegar
- Combine 1-4 in a well sealed container (unless you enjoy cleaning your kitchen) and shake like mad.
- Taste and add more of any/all items 1-4 until you’re satisfied (or need a larger container)