Today while on my daily lunch break walk I saw the heads of tiny crocus' popping their cheery little head through the soil, the trees are starting to pop buds, and the birds are chirping bright in the morning as the sun is coming up earlier and earlier.
A change of seasons can be a great opportunity. Take this time to change, too. Use this weekend to tackle that mud room that looks like a hurricane hit it and turn it into something Better Homes and Gardens worthy. Change your morning routine to add 10 minutes of yoga (best season change I've made yet!) to get that flexibility you had as a kid. Go through your closet, get rid of anything you only like, and replace it with something you love. Try a new cooking method you've just been dying to learn. Remember, when it comes down to it, your life is all about you. And if you aren't happy with it, do something about it. This is your excuse to do so.
So start that new home organization project, roll out that mat, donate old clothes, and master the art of broiling...
Orange Thyme Halibut
- 2 Halibut filets
- Olive oil
- Orange juice
- Thyme, dried
Place halibut filets in a shallow dish (I used a pie dish) and rub the surface with olive oil
Sprinkle with thyme, salt, and pepper to taste (I used about 1 tbs thyme and just a sprinkle of salt and pepper)
Pour orange juice in dish until it comes about halfway up filets
Marinate for about 30 minutes
Place filets on a baking sheet covered with foil and lightly coated with cooking spray
Broil for about 7 minutes, or until fish flakes easily with a fork
Serve with your favorite side of vegetables!