Hoping for the recap of my first big charity stair climb on Saturday? You’re shit out of luck. I could go on and on about how awesome it was, but it would be lies. That’s because I haven’t done it yet. I’m writing this post before the big stair climb, just to have my weekend post in the can. A blogger’s gotta do what a blogger’s gotta do! The recap will be posted by the time you wake up on Monday. I promise. Pinky swear.
Today’s post is… the latest installment of the bestest, most popular game in the whole wide blogosphere! Newbies, you’re in for a treat. Enjoy the game below (don’t worry, you don’t need to know any rules), and then head to the archives (click here and scroll down) to play all twenty-two previous installments! Look at that, I just planned your Sunday for you! You’re welcome.
Are you ready? Are you wearing your safety goggles? Are you in a well-ventilated room? Good, because it’s time to play…
WHAT’S IN THE REDISETGO?
SHRIMP AND BROCCOLI are in the RediSetGo!
Just like Part Twenty-Two, I used the RediSetGo because I was in the mood for a quick, healthy, easy meal. The day before, I picked up a half-pound of fresh shrimp from the seafood counter at Whole Foods (it was on sale… score!) I counted out 8 shrimp (which was half of that half-pound), and marinated it for 30 minutes in some ponzu sauce (30 cals, 1,5 grams of fat per serving) and fresh dill:
Here’s the ponzu sauce I used:
I didn’t know if the dill would go with the Ponzu sauce or not, but I happened to have a ton of fresh dill in the house (leftover from when I made my chum last weekend), and since dill matches well with most seafood, I thought I’d give it a try.
After marinating, I loaded the shrimp into one of the RediSetGo wells (as you can see in the second picture). I loaded the other well with much broccoli as I could fit, but didn’t add any sauces or seasonings. It’s just broccoli, plain and tall.
I let it cook for about 10 minutes, then dished it up. I poured the Ponzu sauce that was left in the bottom in the RediSetGo over the broccoli:
Delicious! Shrimp were perfectly cooked, the dill and Ponzu went fine together, and the broccoli was tender. If it looks like a small meal, it was – the RediSetGo isn’t that huge of a device, after all – but it wasn’t my entire meal. I munched an equivalent amount of raw broccoli while this cooked, and also had a piece of whole wheat pita bread and a banana.
Keep It Up, David!