CEimB Miso Glazed Cod

by Joanne on April 1, 2010

I just have to share this with everyone.  Look what one of our employees sent to my partner and I yesterday:

DSC00912 It’s loaded! What’s even better is that Wayne says he doesn’t eat a lot of fruit so it was ALL MINE!  Yahoo!  And thank you ANNA!  I’ve never received one of these edible arrangements but wow – terrific gift.  It’s certainly going on my list for gift giving options.

So this morning for breakfast, I opened it up

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There was a chocolate rabbit in the fruit patch!

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Ted and I are going to enjoy this for a few days.  Delicious.

Exercise recap:   Today was the 30 – 30 – 30 day.  It turned out to be the 30 – 50 – 33 day.  30 minutes elliptical. 50 weights.  Body parts worked were chest, biceps, shoulders and abs.  Finishing with a very slow recovery run of 3.45 miles with Shane.  My legs were heavy but my stomach was fine.  My tummy was flip floppy all day yesterday.  But I’m determined to get used to those gels  

CEimB:  MISO GLAZED COD

This recipe was right up my alley.  Love fish.  Cod is not one of my favorites but it’s fish and it’s protein and I’ll cook it.

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I picked up 1. 9 lbs of cod from the grocery store. Ok – not the best place to buy fish but in this neck of the woods, options are limited, especially when you look at the recipe the morning you intend to make it.

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This week, the CEimB group is cooking this fish recipe chosen by Allison of Veggies and Valentino.  Check it out at Allison’s site or go here on the food network for Ellie’s recipes.

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I had this barley miso that I have been itching to use and now was my chance.

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Not sure if I needed to mix this paste with water or not because the recipe didn’t specify “paste” simply “white miso”. So I added a little water to it to make it fluid. It wasn’t low sodium but the fish didn’t seem salty.  Unfortunately, there wasn’t much taste at all to the fish. I was shocked.  I thought it was going to be a sweet and salty caramelization of crispy topped fish.  It wasn’t.  It was MEH.  We prefer haddock over cod, it always seems to have more flavor. 

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I made the fish with a side of Sesame Stir Fried Chinese Bok choy as suggested in the book. That was really good.

I will make this again but using a different fish.

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Since I always enjoy fish, this recipe was a good choice in my opinion.  So thanks Allison for picking a good meal Ted and I could both wrap our teeth around.

Do you have a favorite fish?

Joanne

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    • At 2010.04.01 09:57, Heather @ Side of Sneakers said:

      I LOVE those fruit bouquets! Your fish looks fantastic 🙂

      • At 2010.04.01 10:18, Liz said:

        Bummer about it being bland! I love cod, though I don’t think I’ve tried haddock. Is the texture similar? That is what I love most about cod.
        .-= Liz´s last blog ..The Horseshoe Sandwich =-.

        • At 2010.04.01 10:43, Joanne said:

          Heather: Thanks!

          Liz: Haddock tends to be a bit flakier. Both Ted and I find it has more flavor – maybe it’s a little sweeter.

          • At 2010.04.01 11:29, Dawn Hutchins said:

            I love fish too. This week it’s been shrimp though. The edible arrangement looks delish! Have you said what you do before? I hear you talk about your partner but I can’t remember what you all do…
            .-= Dawn Hutchins´s last blog ..Butternut Squash and Chickpea Salad with Tahini Dressing =-.

            • At 2010.04.01 11:40, Joanne said:

              Dawn: The fruit was so FRESH! I couldn’t believe it. Wonder if they spray it with something?
              As for what our business, we are 50/50 partners in a manufacturing facility.
              http://www.c-flex.com
              There’s a long history there but in a nut shell: I started the company with my family back in 1988. My partner came on board in 1993, we changed our name, and started our own product line.

              We’ve been going strong ever since. Thanks for asking! 🙂

              • At 2010.04.01 12:15, kalli@fitandfortysomething.com said:

                i love salmon-can never get enough 🙂
                the edible arrangement looks great!

                • At 2010.04.01 13:45, Nicole. RD said:

                  I swear, Edible Arrangements are THE best gifts! I just love them! And I’ve never had bad fruit from one, either!

                  I love all fish — haven’t found one yet I wouldn’t love to eat nearly daily…but salmon is my favorite 🙂
                  .-= Nicole. RD´s last blog ..Challenge: DO what you DON’T =-.

                  • At 2010.04.01 15:22, kathy@polwig.com said:

                    The Miso Cod look oh soo good… perfect for the last Lent Friday

                    http://polwig.com
                    .-= kathy@polwig.com´s last blog ..Play Dough II- Primary Colors =-.

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