Cinnamon Mushroom Woodland Fish
Subtle mushroom undertones will delight even non-mushroom enthusiasts when made in this delicate, simple sauce.
Non-GMO, organic, local, free range, grass-fed ingredients:
A Wild Caught White Fish, ask for the most sustainable at this moment.
In a large frying pan add a few tbsp olive oil, 2 tbsp butter, 4 chopped up shiitake mushrooms, a small pinch of pink Himalayan salt, freshly ground pepper, 1 tsp of Saigon cinnamon, 1/4 C cornmeal, and 4 tbsp of leftover Roast Beef broth, gelatin, and any meat and veggies you want. Heat on medium low for a few minutes. Stir and spread over 2 fillets of sustainable white fish on a large cookie sheet that have been drizzled with olive oil. Cook at 350 degrees until done and fish flakes easily with a fork. Ours took ~15 minutes. Serve hot with steamed veggies and salad. Store any leftovers in a glass dish with lid.
Babies and children love this dish too. (6m+ check for individual food allergies first.) It’s a quick, simple, healthy meal for the whole family.
Cozy, snowy days are beginning. Now is a good time to change anything stuck or in the way of achieving your intentions and goals. Look within yourself and your surroundings: people, places, and things. Below is a recipe from one of our upcoming books.
- Declutter. Organize. Move things and schedules to create a better flow in your home and in your life.
- Revise closets and drawers. What is a positive reflection of you and allows you to smile? Keep and use. Sell unwanted things in good condition and save the money for lasting, ageless, always functional things for your future. Matter cannot be created nor destroyed. Pass it on if it does not bring you pleasure. Donate and recycle unsaleable items and free yourself from anything that doesn’t fit you or your life right now.
- Tidy the garden. Leave space for new blooms. Pauses in earth and conversation can be a relief for amazing new things to sprout.
- Clean out your car and/or pockets. Put away warm weather items and bring out the cozy cold weather ones. Clean them and set them up ready to be used.
- Drink water. Wash the fridge shelves with vinegar, warm water, and a rag. Buy healthy options in the form of whole, fresh foods, and delight in their nutrients.
- Take inventory of bills. Plan for payments. Plan for daily things you can enjoy for free.
- Rest in a quiet space. Breathe in from your lower back and curl the air wave up your spine and under your head. Breathe it back down and let the air fill you with good health and humor.
- Communicate your needs first in a journal. Free write about the past year and all of the events and choices that have shaped your today. Mindfully write about all the positive directions you will start planting seeds for today that will unfold tomorrow and in the coming year. Communicate any needs to loved ones that have gone amiss this year. Use loving, calm, positive language. Be kind and compassionate with yourself and others. Hear their stories. Breathe and listen in neutral. Enjoy meals together as you mend bridges and forge new, exciting roads ahead.
- Clean your home, exfoliate your skin, file your nails, brush your hair and teeth. Tell yourself and your home how much you love.
- Plant seeds of magic for yourself, for the Spring, for loved ones. Find new music to dance to.
- Go for a walk in fresh air. Breathe in all things that are stuck in your mind, heart, soul, and body. Exhale all of those toxins and send them out to be recycled into new air, never to harm anyone again. Let go.
- Write positive affirmations for this new day and place around your home on mirrors, windows, and doors that you see regularly. Place affirmation tags on potted flower bulbs and watch them grow into your consciousness.
- Smile and breathe in and out. Enjoy each moment…and this positive energy will circulate around you and cause a good chain reaction in everyone’s world.