Swordfish Yummy!!

So this is Swordfish Veracruz with fresh tomatoes, olives, garlic, capers, bay leaves and a few other things. It has the perfect mix of flavors and perfect heat so it doesn’t clear out your sinuses.  For me the Swordfish is hearty but light and lean and is the best replacement for salmon that I’ve found so far. I don’t usually used bottled sauces but I wanted something quick and easy and definitely healthy so I tried Cokwell & Company’s Beracruz sauce. It’s delicious, light, low sugar, low carb, low sodium and low fat. Great right!  

I’m now at a place where I have to really watch my diet as I’ve gotten a not so favorable doctors report but I like GOOD food!  And it goes without saying that isbhas to be right. Pairing this with pasta that is low in sugar, fat, sodium and good potassium is a winner.  Add steamed green beans and all this took only about 15 minutes. My kind of Friday eve meal. 😍


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Oh I'm just a woman that loves good food and loves more if I can cook it. There is nothing better than family + or - good friends. No need even for wine or strong drink when the food is good enough. Though not formally trained in food I'm quite experienced and now enjoy the traditional and some things a little different. I've raised 4 intelligent and emotional people and they are raising the same. I'm a hopeless romantic, eloquent, intellectual, spiritual (a Christian) who lives and breathes the call of God. I'm not shy but I don't necessarily talk much but am an avid people watcher. 😀. I hope you enjoy looking as much as I will posting! And you know what?...God is good...

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