This time, it is the beautiful and vivacious Tisa Jacob, who blogs at “Blessing From My Kitchen“. I love the way she writes, as simple as that!!! The prose that she uses is quite mind blowing. She tells me that it comes like a natural flow, but then I believe she’s immensely gifted to be able to write like that!!! I’ve told her that her next venture should be writing a book!
I have been reading Tisa’s blog for quite some time. I love the energetic feel to it. The colors that she incorporates into her pictures, the way she writes, the detailed explanation she provides and most importantly, the way she immediately comes back with answers to any questions that you may have. I had left a message on her blog to email me and she was quite excited about what I would be asking her to do. When I told her that I was looking for a guest post in her beautiful prose, she immediately pounced onto it. This is her first guest post, it seems and I am glad that it is on my blog. She is staying in the US, with her little family… I guess more than me, let’s go on to see what Tisa has to say…
|I wish I could gobble it down now…|
Line a baking tray with foil, you might need two. Put the dry ingredients(cayenne to ginger powder) onto foil. Smear on oil and spread throughout the breadth of the pan. Mix well. Add fish pieces and coat both sides of each piece with spice mixture. Set aside for thirty minutes. Meanwhile make your cabbage slaw.
Bake at 410° F for 15-20 minutes,turning tray halfway through. Towards the last 5 minutes, on a separate bake tray, wrap stacks of four tortiilas in foil, and heat in the oven. If they do not become soft, leave in oven after turning off heat for additional 3-5 minutes. Make sure not to overheat.
So did you guys enjoy her post? I sincerely hope you did, as much as I did interacting with her on email and doing this post myself. She sent me all the pics and asked me to delete any if I would love to. They look so beautiful, that I didn’t want to. So you see, I placed the cauliflower next to the recipe portion and what should I do with the flower below? Let me dedicate it to all of you… for the blissful weekend ahead… Enjoy yourselves, everybody!!! 🙂