Valentine’s Day Dinner

 

 

For Valentine’s Day, my wife gets treated to her favourite meal – Salad Nicoise. It is made with green beans and red onion tossed in olive oil and salt and roasted in the oven, kalamata olives, capers, hard boiled eggs, roma tomatoes, and fresh Ahi tuna seared on the grill. The dressing is olive oil, crushed garlic, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, coarse pepper and salt. ¬†Accompanied with a dry sparkling ros√©. Yum!

2 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Dinner

  1. Your wife has wonderful taste in food. That sounds awfully yummy, indeed! Anything with seared Ahi tuna is yummy in my book.
    Your blog is great–great info., great recipes. And I just ordered your documentary. I look forward to watching it when it gets here.

    Dr Jay’s Reply:

    Thanks for your support. Yes, we do eat well. The tuna is somewhat of a rare treat for special occasions. We almost never go to restaurants (unless travelling). We have a formal dinner at home every night with the kids. It is a time to enjoy some good food and conversation. Alex, at 11, tries to escape as soon as he can while Isabelle, at 2-1/2, doesn’t always comply with the rules. Still, we try to make dinnertime a little island of sanity in our otherwise very hectic day.

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