Oven Fried Halibut:
Cut up halibut filet into two inch strips. Dip in milk, then in breadcrumbs (I use the italian breadcrumbs from costco) mixed with parmesan cheese. Place on foil lined cookie sheet, and bake for 10 minutes at 500 F. (make sure your oven is clean, anything on the bottom of the oven with smoke at that temperature). After 10 minutes, I actually turned my fish over to let the other side crisp up a bit (for 2 minutes)- my fish was a little thicker than what I think the recipe I was using as a baking guide called for. I've done the same thing with tilapia (though maybe cook it for a shorter time since it's not as thick), but halibut sounded good today. I should have sprinkled a little salt over the fish before dipping it in the breadcrumbs, but it was still tasty.
Lemon Pepper Vegetables:
Peel and slice carrots, cut up broccoli into reasonable sized chunks. Add a tablespoon or so of olive oil to the bottom of a fry pan, add carrots and broccoli (carrots and green beans are also good, but then you slice the carrots lengthwise instead of crosswise), and a little water. Sprinkle lemon pepper and garlic salt over the top and cover with lid. Cook until veggies are steamed to whatever level of doneness you like.
Brown Rice Mix:
I love the wild rice mix that costco sells. Unfortunately no one else does (well, maybe the 2-year-old). I decided to mix it with brown rice to see if people liked that better (the kids didn't love it, but they didn't complain as much as they do over the wild rice mix by itself- my Mister didn't like it any better, but ate it anyway, he's good like that- and one day I'll convert him to non-white rice). I put two cups of rice (one cup of brown, one cup of wild rice mix) in the rice cooker with a heaping tablespoon of chicken base. Easy.
For dessert, I decided not to make a cake, we're sugared out with all the easter candy, but we nearly always have a dessert monday nights, so we had cut up strawberries and whipped cream (so we still got plenty of sugar).