But than it hit me! I had all the pictures from the day my brothers baby was born on that SD card. And than came the water works, I cried and cried and cried. I felt so depressed. There were pictures on there of my mom and grandma and me holding the baby, and of so many other things from that day, and now it was all GONE!
So I sent my SD card last week to a professional to see if there is anyway they can do to retrieve at least some of the pictures on there, I could care less about the food pictures, all I really want are those baby pictures. But to be honest I think its a lost cause, I am pretty sure that card is dead. So lesson learned ALWAYS upload your pictures as soon as you get home.
On a happier note, my brother’s baby was born a few weeks ago, and it was a girl! Her name is Emmy and she is so precious, just thinking about her makes me smile. Its funny how something so small, can make everyone so happy. She really is so adorable.
The recipe I bring you today comes with pictures. I came up with this recipe back in August when Ruben and I did the whole30. We really enjoyed doing the whole30, it taught us to eat completely different, and if you have been thinking of trying it out, I highly suggest you do. In the beginning you may have withdrawals, and really want to reach for that box of kix cereal, but eventually you get over it. haha. We liked it so much that we are actually considering doing it again.
- 6 halibut filets
- 2 tbsp. chili powder
- 2 tsp. paprika
- 1 tsp. cayenne pepper
- 2 tsp. onion powder
- 1 tbsp. garlic powder
- 2 tbsp. dried parsley
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1 1/2 tsp. black pepper
- Ghee- or fat of choice
- Limes and green onion for serving
- Combine all the spices in a small bowl and mix.
- Rinse the fish and pat dry. Take your fat of choice (I have used ghee or olive oil for this) and rub about 1/2 tsp. on each side of the fish.
- Take your spice mix and add about 2 tsp. to each side of the fish and rub it in with your hands.
- Preheat your cast iron skillet making sure it gets really hot, add about 1 tsp. of ghee to the pan and swirl it around making sure the pan is evenly coated, and add your fish. Don’t overcrowd the pan or else it wont get a nice sear on it. I was only able to cook 2 filets at a time.
- Cook the halibut 3-4 minutes on each side, on medium-high heat.
- Serve with a lime wedge and sliced green onions on top.