Last Friday I got 6 sea scallops at Stop & Shop and did a little ‘shake and bake’ in a plastic bag with some Wondra flour, garlic powder, sea salt and a bit of Hungarian sweet paprika for a golden color. The sea scallops were about the size of 1 inch thick slices of banana and were sweet as could be. I pan fried them in an eight inch skillet in peanut oil with a bit of butter until golden brown on each side and had them with some red chard cooked for about 15 minutes in olive oil, garlic, white wine, a dash sea salt and a squeeze of lemon juice just before serving. It turned into a great meal that cost around $5 and took about 20 minutes to get ready. I will be doing that one again soon and thanks for bringing up the topic.