1 pound yellow fish tuna (I used frozen)
1 1lb bag of stir fry vegetables (Frozen)
4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
1/4 tsp Lemon Pepper salt
1 package of butternut squash ravioli (i used fresh, organic)
4 tablespoons of fresh shredded parmesan cheese
Turn on oven to 400 degrees (F).
In a glass pie pan or baking dish, put in 2 tablespoons olive oil to cover and coat the dish. Put in the pieces of yellow fin tuna, sprinkle the lemon pepper salt over the fish. Dump the bag of stir fry on top of the fish, squeeze a bit of lemon juice on top of it all. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 70-80 minutes, until thoroughly cooked but not over done.
When the tuna vegetable combo is about 90% done, make the butternut ravioli according to the package directions.
When everything is completely cooked through and hot, layer up the food, starting from the plate then put:
ravioli-vegetables-tuna piece-drizzle of salt and olive oil-topped with parmesan cheese. Adding a squeeze of fresh orange to the side is a delicious but optional treat. Serve hot. Serves 4
A cematery crawl in Pickens County, near the Oconee Power Plant, quite a stunner!
While the second part of the cemetery has been moved, due to several factors that I didn’t quite understand, the historical site is only open during day late hours, which is why my photos are so well lit this time!
A brief history can be read in one of the pictures, showing how the courthouse used to also be established on the site but is no longer there but the church remains. Unfortunately, the church isn’t open for viewing, which is often one of my more favorite parts of the adventure.
While I often adventure solo, there are times when others go with me as well, which only makes the adventure that more fun, and as Tim Burton says, there’s something positive about such beauty.
2020 for all of us has been quite an interesting year; a year no one expected on so many levels. The pandemic had cancelled trips and vacations, altered the way we mix and mingle, go to work and the way we even grocery shop. Alas, it has been an amazing year, full of wonderful twists and turns, interactions, new friends made and so much more! Lie is one big beautiful adventure, as seen in just a few of my photos.
In 2020, I have enjoyed numerous cemetery crawls, a handful of dates, I made new friends, saw family, my nephew was born this year, and so many other blessing occurred.
I hope your 2021 is as glorious and blessed as years passed and filled with many more adventures and excitement.