Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Trout and taters

End of the season, last of the garden meals always seem to taste extra special.  Last night we had the very last of my daughter's potato harvest.  She saved the little tiny ones and we boiled them, along with the last, fresh green beans I found at the farm stand.  We made a simple, creamy, white sauce for them with flour, butter, milk, S and  P...it was so good! 
The main course was some trout my husband caught, filleted, dredged in flour and quickly fried in a bit of olive oil until crisp on the outside.  Mmmm... good! 
  

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