In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Ephemeral.”
This picture reminds me of my delicious ephemeral lunch fish dish with that glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Since we were having Pollock the Sauvignon was an excellent choice since it is a rather zesty, refreshing wine just perfect to experience the delicate fish flavor my combination of spices enhanced. Pollock is a mild flavored white fish that is lean and flakey crumbling easy after it is cooked when touched by a fork.
Since I like cooked ‘kasha’ , the pseudocereal buckwheat groats, because of its delicate flavor and taste, I decided that it was a good substitute for either potatoes or pasta. Added to this, my choice of veggies, was some steamed broccoli and kohlrabi mixed with some fried white onions and sweet green peppers, and slices of fresh garden tomatoes.
I can guarantee you that this “wholesome” and delicious meal didn’t remain very long on our plates. That glass of cool Sauvignon was refreshing helping to wash it all down after which we had some cool, thick, rich, and creamy Greek-style lemon yogurt, the proverbal icing on the cake!