This summer has been fast and fun. We’ve camped, hiked, visited family, lounged in our pj’s all day, played in the sun, paddle-boarded, had a bonfire on the beach, eaten good food, hung out with friends, and enjoyed our unscheduled days.
Here on the blog I’ve been able to highlight many people for Dynamo Interviews. They seriously rock! On instagram I’ve leaped into a lot of yoga challenges that have pushed and helped me grow my practice. In my home gym I’ve continued to host workout sessions that have kept me consistent and able to give back something to others. And today, here’s something to inspire your dinner…before figs disappear for the season.
Last month my family came from Montana to visit us here in Oregon. It was some of their first time here and it was so fun to share our home and state with them! While here, some went deep sea fishing. Besides my husband getting sea sick, they came home home with quite the pull. I like fish on occasion so long as it is free of bones. Nothing like small bone slivers stabbing you in your gums. Right?!
While cooking this dinner, I really wanted something to make the fish super yummy. This was a last minute decision and maybe one of the best cooking ones I’ve made. Plus, it’s so simple. (This post is dedicated to my brother who really wanted to know how I was going to make this fish)
You ready for the magic? Figs, dice them up. Add lemon juice and a pinch of salt. Done.
For real. That’s it.
On this white fish, that doesn’t have a lot of flavor, the figs really stand out on their own. I’ve had the figs on top of salmon and it might be even better because the flavor combo between the two really compliments each other. I’m a lemon on fish type of girl anyway, so this is pretty awesome.