Bagels and smoked fish; salad of artichoke hearts and roasted red peppers.
I didn't so much cook this meal as take it out of its packages and and add some condiments. Who cares? It tasted good and it got Josh out the door in time for his very first soccer practice.
I do have some nagging questions, though. Recently my doctor mentioned that we should be eating four fish-based meals a week. You know, for our cholesterol, because we are becoming decrepit and elderly. Thus: Do lox and smoked whitefish count toward that total? In the spirit of complete honesty, would tonight's dinner be fish-based or bagel-based? If we eat that much fish and improve our lipid profiles accordingly, will we get the kind of severe mercury poisoning that will keep us from completing a run on Broadway?
Modern medicine is so confusing.