This is what comes of meditations in the middle of the night, thanks to the Martha Stewart of birdland, up in my eves. She's busy at all hours, probably disturbing the sleep of her chicks, re-arranging furniture, cleaning, organizing. One can only imagine. Rustlings and bustlings at that hour(s) - 12:30, 2:00 am, 3:30, and etc.?? Maybe she's an insomniac or on crystal meth? I've heard that sort of behavior is a sure sign of such an addiction. It's now 10:54 am and she's still at it. Bless her heart.
At any rate, I've decided we had a "Loaves and Fishes" miracle here. Bob asked a client and his wife over for dinner and brought me home four ahi steaks (as per my request). I made a coconut cream curry for them, which came out superbly, if I do say so. They were large steaks, so we had leftovers, plus I hadn't even cooked one of them. So, then Sunday, I broiled the extra one, added it to the other left-overs, a bit more coconut cream and, voila, dinner for daughter, grandkids, etc., very good as well.
And, still, with the left-overs. So, several nights later, and only Isaiah to join us, I made fish enchaladas. Mushed up the last of the ahi (there was also some broiled, chopped onion in there) with a bit of left-over pumpkin, and a little minced salted lemon; then filled tortillas; heated some tomatillo green enchalada sauce, mixed with sour cream; poured over the enchaladas; and sprinkled with grated cheese and minced parsley. Baked at 350F for 25 min. or so.
Yes, another awesome meal from those four original fillets. Bob said it was the best, and I had to post about it. He and Isaiah waited while I got the camera, suggesting plating ideas.