That Was an Excellent Brunch
Top: Start with a skinless and boneless pan-seared salmon filet on a thick spray of EVOL (extra virgin olive oil). The recommendation is never to wash meat and fish before cooking. The more surface meat and fish touch, the more salmonella poisoning they spread. Go from frozen to pan or baking dish.
Shake in some minced onions and fresh ground pepper on the salmon. Keep turning until done. Top with Mozzarella cheese and serve half per person.
The big chocolate muffin is from Sam's Club. Serve half per person.
One toast smeared with goat honey cheese.
One ripe orange split in four ways (My father's favorite way of cutting them).
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