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Mint and lime mahi mahi with dill yogurt sauce

With the days growing shorter, it's time to get back to creative, fast, and easy meals. Serve this mint and lime mahi mahi with roasted eggplant or zucchini. Bonus: the whole dish can be baked on one baking sheet. 

By Beyond the Peel / September 25, 2013

Make a marinade for the mahi mahi with mint, garlic, olive oil, and lime juice.

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As my season at the tower is coming to an end, I have so much to be grateful for. Overall, it was a great season. Translation: The bugs weren’t too bad. (Seriously, such a blessing.)

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Cookbook author, France Morissette, and her husband Joshua Sprague believe that healthy food should be uncompromising when it comes to flavor. They creatively explore the world of natural, whole foods, leaving no stone unturned in their quest to create mouth watering, flavor packed, whole food meals. Through stories, photos, recipes and their online show Beyond The Peel TV, they're on a mission to help you eat healthy and enjoy every last bite in the process.

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But there was other stuff, too. The noise they told me about – coming from all the industry that has popped up around the tower – wasn’t bad and some days almost none existent. Bonus! The road coming out to the tower has been well maintained so going into town was more regular than it had been in the past. Translation? Running out of food was rarely a problem except for that one time when I panicked. But I learned my lesson and realized I could get through just about anything.

I managed to have decent Internet out at the cabin which is saying a lot since it’s in the middle of nowhere. It came at a cost, but I’m still grateful. After all, it’s the reason I was able to share all my creations over the past five months with all of you. I had a lot of fun for a couple of months experimenting with eating Vegan and I learned so much.

I then was able to source great local organic produce, farm fresh eggs, and brought in grass-fed and pastured meats. It’s amazing what a person can find when they're looking. After all, these scones were made possible because of the hard work these local farmers did to provide me with such nourishing flavorful food. Our nightly dinners as a couple prompted this post and also our meal plans.

What else? Oh, yesterday I saw a momma bear with three cubs! That was a first for me and pretty cool to see. And, the wild blueberries had an amazing year because of all the moisture. Actually all the berries were delicious, as were the wild pin cherries and wild cranberries.


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