“There is no sincerer love than the love of food,” said George Bernard Shaw, whose remark is often quoted by foodies all over the world. Food can definitely bring people together and replenish the soul.
However, not all foods are created equal; some are nutritious, while others are not so much. Nonetheless, some are both delicious and nutritious! And no, it’s not a salad. The best dinners include protein (lean meat, fish, or plant-based sources such as beans), healthy fats (nuts, seeds, or avocado), and fiber (vegetables and whole grains). Alternatively, you could simply choose one of these healthy, non-salad dinners and call it a day. Cod entrees are without a doubt delectable dishes. However, unlike many other types of seafood, cod is not frequently advertised as a healthy food, and you may be wondering if it’s actually a healthy option.
Cod, like the vast majority of other fish, is high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which are essential for good health. Vitamins B12 and B6, niacin, as well as vitamins E, A, and C, are abundant in this food. It contains high concentrations of phosphorus, potassium, selenium, and other trace minerals.
An entrée of Fogo Island Cod is one of the popular choices in a restaurant in Stouffville, which is both delicious and nutritious. It’s miso-glazed and oven-roasted, and it’s served with wilted chard and greens, as well as a drizzle of cider Beuarre Blanc on top. This entree may be large in size, but it’s not something you’ll want to share. Because it’s so good, we guarantee you’ll want to keep it all to yourself until you’re completely satisfied. And of course, the perfect dinner isn’t complete without a glass of your favorite white wine to complement your Fogo Island Cod entrée.
Because of its increased acidity, white wine is a suitable match for fish, similar to a spritz of lemon juice to improve the flavors of seafood. A lighter white wine is suited for a delicate white fish fillet such as cod. Consider a Pinot Grigio or an Albarino. Island whites from Sicily and Sardinia have a fresh saline flavor to them that pairs beautifully with simply grilled fish.
There is, however, one caveat. A delicious and healthy dinner may come at a price—literally. However, just like the best apples, the best dinner specials are tough to obtain. To prepare the best entree, skills, passion, and dedication to the process and the ingredients are required. At the end of the day, you’ll realize that you’re paying not only for the food but also for the whole enjoyment and experience that the entire dining experience has to give, from the food to the location, ambiance, and customer service.