Quote:

“I judge you unfortunate because you have never lived through misfortune. You have passed through life without an opponent—no one can ever know what you are capable of, not even you.” – Seneca

Recipe:

This is from Tyler so enjoy!

Vegetable Scampi Whole Wheat Couscous

1 Box Whole Wheat Couscous
1 whole onion
1 bell pepper(if you don’t want to dice this then get seasoning blend)
1/2 pack of mushrooms
1 yellow squash(peeled)
White wine
Garlic butter
Lemon juice.

Teriyaki Green Beans

1 pack of fresh or frozen whole green beans
Soy sauce
Honey
Black sesame seeds

“Spicy” Butter Garlic Baked Salmon

Salmon of choice
2 tbsp minced garlic
Butter
Garlic juice
Cayenne
Paprika
Black pepper
Chili pepper flakes

That’s whole wheat couscous cooked down in a chicken and beef broth mix. I diced onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, and yellow squash and sautéed them down in a pan and cooked it scampi style. Mixed that together.

I bought those green beans fresh from the store then froze them myself. They were cooked in just butter until they started to get a slight sear which is when I added soy sauce, honey, and water until it cooked down garnishing it with black sesame seeds

The salmon was precut frozen, tastes a lot better fresh though. The butter garlic sauce on top is made from minced garlic, garlic juice, butter, cayenne, paprika, black pepper, chili pepper flakes. The fish was only seasoned with salt. The butter sauce went on top of the fish and it went into the oven at 325. Garnish with toasted black sesame seeds for show.

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