A mother-daughter conversation on food and cooking (mostly)

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Fish Curry and Accompaniments

This was a typical Saturday night dinner for two: a green curry of fish (frozen albacore); a cucumber and tomato salad with basil, green onion, lime juice, and Kalamata olives from the Middle Eastern market; brown rice; and pear chutney from the freezer, which I made last Christmas season.

I was very impressed with the olives. I had gotten in the habit of buying pitted Kalamatas for convenience, but these were whole and unviolated, and they were so flavorful and firm.


Eva said...

Are those garden tomatoes? They look delicious.

Kris said...

No, sadly, these are from Sprouts--but still very delicious. Right now Dad has in his garden, all experiments: cantaloupe, Thai basil, cucumber (a Persian variety), and lima beans. Everything looks to be thriving.