You know when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed and anything that you try to accomplish that day just doesn’t work out the way you want it to? Yesterday was one of those days for me. Ugh.  They happen to everyone and sometimes you just have to ride it out.

Ty turned the day around for me by picking up two pieces of gorgeous Chilean Sea Bass on his way home and volunteered to make them for dinner. I am not even sure if I have ever had Chilean sea bass before, at least it has been a very long time. This fish is so delicious and we knew that not a lot of preparation was necessary to create a very yummy dinner.

All Ty did was cover it in olive oil, salt, pepper and a generous sprinkle of paprika. He put it on a foil lined cookie sheet and baked it at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

It came out flakey, moist, and fabulous. I roasted  a couple of fingerling potatoes and carrots and sautéed some greens that I got at the farmer’s market last weekend and topped off with some golden raisins.

It was a really fancy looking and tasting little meal that we had just at home. We closed our eyes and pretended we were in Paris for just a minute and by the smell of things, you wouldn’t know the difference!