Sunday, May 28, 2006

Tonight's Dinner

Grilled Pineapple and Scallops Teriyaki.

Try it served on a bed of rice with a bowl of miso soup on the side.

Results: delicious.

12 comments:

Kira said...

....I'd say, "please fix some for me," but with my luck you'd regurgitate it into my mouth....

Mel said...

YUM. That sounds amazingly delicious... Damn you. Now off to make my sirloin with baked spuds ...

SJ said...

Hmmmm would thsi post stink if I read it ssay 10 days later? It would be 10 days old dinner by then...

Just Some Gal said...

Goodness that sounds awesome! I love cooking with fruit...

Now I'm hungry...

hellbunny said...

That sounds good i must say

Grant said...

kira - actually, I have un-regurgitated leftovers if you're in the area. Or I can mail it to you. I'm sure unrefrigerated scallops travel well.

mel - for fun, try eating the steak and potato with chopsticks.

sj - we'll find out. I bought a half pound of scallops and just as much fresh pineapple, so I'm going to be eating this for awhile. I need to get over this silly problem I have with buying more than I need.

blondie - yeah, pineapple and mango are both good in all the Asian cooking I've had.

hellbunny - good, healthy, and at $19 a pound for fresh sea scallops, kind of pricey.

PBS said...

The recipe would be a great alter-BBQ. You'll be happy to know that we tried eating jello with chopsticks at the picnic yesterday! It was not a pretty sight.

Grant said...

pbs - I've learned to eat small chunks of tofu with chopsticks, which have about the same consistency as Jell-o. The trick is to use no more force than absolutely necessary.

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