It’s a bit nippy outside, so I thought I’d fire up the grill and spice up some fish – and pick some produce from the garden while I was at it. Multi-talented. That’s me.

First thing I did was make some salsa:

Chopped tomato, onion, radishes from the garden, jalapeño peppers, cilantro, lime juice, salt and pepper. That’s it. Salsa is the most easy thing to make. Really.

And then came the mahi mahi… All I did to it was rub a bit of oil on it and liberally coat it with Carlito’s  Rojito Yucatan spice from Oaktown Spice Shop. They have some great herbs and spices. Onto the frill and it was ready in minutes.

Plus we had greens from the garden – spinach and chard sauteed with onions and garlic and finished with a squeeze of lemon. Simple and filling.

The radishes were a fun addition to the salsa. It’s taking me some time to think of them as something other than a salad addition, though. Old habits die hard, but we still have a lot out there so culinary creativity is going to come into play!

In the meantime, there’s lots of other things out there getting ready to harvest.

Can’t wait to get the tomatoes and peppers in!