NAD-RID Conference was absolutely amazing! I met so many cool people and had such great conversations. The workshops were outstanding, so uplifting and motivating! I look forward onto the future to everything God has in store for me as an interpreter as well as for my agency, Sunrise Interpreting. I am just feeling so blessed. I arrived last night from ATL and am getting ready now to head out to the port. Carol and I are going on another cruise interpreting adventure this week. Yes, I will be gone but I will have posts that are prepped for everyone with some good meals and good stories.
As for eating in ATL, I took my own food but didn’t eat it all as I was totally unaware that some food was included in the conference and it met my needs. Perfect! They had a phenomenal celebration on July 4th at the Omni Hotel while overlooking the rooftop fireworks coming from the buildings surrounding Centennial Olympic Park. What a joy! All my new friends and I danced the night away and celebrated in fun. Our field is such a fun one and, also, just so very rewarding. I cannot wait to share more of these adventures with you as time comes. God truly has blessed me with the ability to enjoy life with freedom and peace of mind.
Onto the FOOD! I love this easy and simple Basil Tilapia dish for dinner. It is absolutely full of flavor and POW in every bite. I make this often when I need to fall back to my true love and staple: tilapia. I hope you all enjoy it just as much as I always do! Love you all and hope you have a great week of fun summer time.
Basil Tilapia inspired by delicious Italian flavors that are so loved in the kitchen. From basil to oregano and many more, one taste and you'll be hooked!
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 10 mins
Total time: 20 mins
On a plate, place your seasoning spread out. Pat the fillets down on it to layer a crust onto the fish.
Lightly grease a pan with oil and basil. Saute the fillets about 4 minutes each side. With a spatula, break down the tilapia into bite size chunks.
Serve with a side of your favorite veggies.