Another beautiful day. It rained a little in the night, but not much.
After both the yoga and the New Hartford Seniors' fitness class, I arrived home at noon and was hungry.
A lunch of leftovers seemed the most tempting because there was a single leftover taco.
After lunch, I had two small plums from the New Hartford farm stand.
Dinner had to be early -- SONE rehearsal. I didn't know we were meant to come at 6:30, but SONE nights are always early dinners eaten quickly.
I wanted to try one more of the recipes in the new Chinese cookbook I bought. This was called Slow-Roasted Salmon and Israeli couscous.
While I was preparing the vegetables, I had a few sesame sticks and a slice of Manchego cheese.
So I used curry powder. It was so little that it never tasted.
On top of the salmon are paper thin slices of fennel.
All in all, it was good but none of the spices can be tasted in the food. It wasn't as much work as the recipe made it feel like. It's a recipe I could play with a bit.