As I recovered from an illness my husband stepped up and did a whole lotta cooking. I was very thankful and well fed too! I did miss puttering around the kitchen but am happy to say I was able to contribute for part of this meal.
This is a Curtis Stone recipe that is easy to prepare. Doug grilled the salmon and I worked on the orzo and spinach portion. The feta cheese really enhances the flavor of the spinach and tomatoes. It was good.
The recipe may be found HERE at Curtis Stone's website. Now, the recipe for the Mai Tai is as follows:
1 shot each of two rums. (Appletones and Anjeo)
1/2 oz. Cointrau
1/2 oz. Orgeat
1/4 oz. Simple Syrup
Pour it over ice and add a little umbrella if you want to jazz it up.
Sharing with I Heart Cooking Club and the Potluck theme and with Beth Fish's Weekend Cooking Series.
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