IT'S NEVER TOO LATE!
Spending time with Leon is a treasure so I decided to make it a learning adventure along with being together. He's teaching me how to cook! I do realize what these pans are for and certainly know the beauty they shed on the stove.
Now, I'm going to learn how to use them.
Tonight we are dining on salmon and green beans.
First flour is poured out. Then PANKO (not sure why that is used)!
Dip the salmon on all sides and ...
into the frying pan it goes. Watching it carefully and turning it from side to side until it's just right. Then a dinner plate is served and ready to eat.
That wasn't too hard!
I did wonder why Leon pulled out this spoon with holes in it. Then I dipped it in the beans and realized the liquid drained out leaving only the solid food. Well, that wasn't too hard. What meal is next for me to prepare as this one tasted fabulous.
6/22/2022 09:39:14 am
Cooking a nice meal for the person you love or family is another form of love! After a while it will come naturally, and you will enjoy it. I have cooked for almost 70 years and still continue on a much smaller scale.
6/22/2022 09:45:14 am
I so want to enjoy it, Helen! Maybe if I continue I will like it and get better at it.
6/22/2022 07:08:11 pm
Barb, so proud of you. And, Leon is a saint! BTW, the Panko is just bread crumbs but it adds crunch and flavor to food that needs it. Salmon is delicious by itself with a little olive oil and lemon juice but the Panko adds zip. I bake my salmon so Panko doesn’t work as well on it when baked.
6/22/2022 07:19:33 pm
I know nothing about PANKO, Arlene! We just used it because it DOES add that crunch. I knew you would be proud of me, Arlene!
6/23/2022 12:51:51 pm
Good for you, Barb. It is wonderful to find beautiful ways to grow together with our best friends. Hugs to you, Leon and Spencer.
6/23/2022 04:55:36 pm
I love Leon for being so patient with me. And Spencer, too, Tipping. I must try the next dinner this weekend.
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