Over the last month I’ve seen several people wanting to play The Sims. It is a game that I can sink my teeth into and spend an unreasonable amount of time with. In a lot of games I tend to take a bit more time constructing awesome living places and The Sims is no different. I will sit and spend an entire evening just on the construction of the perfect home for my Sim. First thing I do is find the best empty lot to work with, can’t have any of that pre-built stuff. From there, I figure out the most important room first, the kitchen. After the core room is figured out I develop the other rooms around it (they tend to be much smaller at first). This process might get slowed down if funds become an issue (no cheating!) so a job is the next highest priority. As the money comes rolling in, upgrades are applied to the house until I am completely satisfied with the look. Once that Sim’s life is all aligned it is time to start on the next lot!
This week I present to you what might be the easiest recipe to date on this blog, tuna ceviche. The most work you will end up doing is the cutting. The lime will be doing most of the work here. The first time I had ceviche, I was utterly confused by the magic of “cooking” with limes. The acids from the lime basically takes the fish from a raw state to what would appear to be cooked. Recently, my favorite fish to use for ceviche has been tuna. The most important thing with a tuna ceviche is to not let the tuna sit in the lime for too long. You don’t want it to “cook” all the way. When preparing this, don’t do it too far in advance! This recipe makes a great appetizer and meal (each time I’ve made it my husband and I just ate all of it, best decision ever).
Required Equipment: bowl, spoon
– 1 lb tuna, cubed
– 1 clove garlic, minced
– 1 jalapeno, seeded and minced
– ½ red onion, diced
– 1 avocado, cubed
– ¼- ½ cup lime juice
– ¼ cup cilantro, minced
Place all the ingredient chunks into a bowl.
Add the lime juice and mix everything together. Cover and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Serve immediately after.