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Food Goals 11: On our anniversary



Flashback to the beginning of February and Dan and I are to celebrate our date-aversary , oh but we were young.   I really need to find all our old pictures and scan them, so much goodness!



The day things forever changed on 02-02-02.  Dan seems to put more importance on that date than on the day we gotmarried, so I thought I'd role with it this year.  I picked out a lovely meal from one of the two cookbooks I'm trying to get through this year.  This is what I ended up with:





On the menu was Barefoot Contessa's Seared Tuna with Mango Chutney  and Raspberry Royale to drink.











This recipe was fantastic for numerous reasons.  1- Seared tuna is delicious AND healthy. 2- I can't believe how flavourful the mango chutney was and that I actually made it from scratch.  I have never tasted a chutney of any sort before this.  3- This meal felt fancy and was really easy to prepare.  I will definitely make this again!

Have a great weekend.

D

Comments

  1. Living on Cloud Nine07 April, 2016 23:26

    Great meal but an even greater couple!! Gorgeous, real and I bet sweet as can be together!! Happy Anni cutie pies!!

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  2. 02-02-02... I even remember that. And to think James and I had our first date only 2 weeks before that 01-19-02. Wait, that doesn't have the same ring to it!

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  3. You guys are the cutest. I'm pretty sure you weren't even born when George and I went on our first date :)! This dinner looks so good - that mango chutney looks amazing.

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  4. Awwww so cute! I wish I remembered the exact date of our first date!

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  5. So adorable!! Lol. I was starting law school in 2002! So yeah, I'm older than youuuuuuu! xxxooo

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  6. What about the first night I met Hugh "Boozing at the Warman Rodeo Dance 2005". It does have a certain ring to it.

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  7. I kinda wish we had a kitchen in Vegas so you could cook me all the yummy things.
    I suppose I might just have to book a trip to visit you, assuming we like each other in real life lol

    Simply Shaunacey

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  8. Aww! Happy dativersary! That mango chutney is making my mouth water!

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  9. Yum! Happy Dateiversary! That mango Chutney looks so good! So what you going to make me when I come visit?

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  10. Happy dateiversary! What a sweet thing to celebrate :) The meal looks tasty too, glad it was a hit! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  11. Your dinner looks amazing. Happy dating anniversary.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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  12. I love mango anything so I need to make this ASAP! It looks absolutely delicious!

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  13. I think the tuna was my fave part.

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  14. It was delicious! Thanks for stopping by

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  15. Nah, probably not by much. I started teaching in 2001

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  16. bahahaha- make some hotdogs and call it a night

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  17. I'm drooling too thinking about it

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  18. And i can still remember that taco salad you made us on our first visit

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  19. We are enjoying (and were just reflecting on) our mango salsa over here. Wish PC ate fish. I know I should make it for me, because I deserve to eat what I like but do I care enough to have to make two meals?? Happy anniversary, love birds.

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