These days I mostly cook my own meals and am the only one eating what I cook. I eat a wide variety of foods, not all of them healthy, but some are. I don't eat nearly as much seafood as is on this scientific list of the most nutritious foods, but I eat a lot of the fruits, vegetables, nuts and herbs listed there.
Other times I'll order a large pizza (usually from Pizza Hut or Domino's rather than Earth and Stone or Sam and Greg's, but that's just because I'm cheap) and I'll eat about a third of it right away, then I'll have it for dinner 2 or 3 times over the next several days, augmenting with a salad or petite frozen peas from Publix. I can eat half a week that way for about 10 bucks. Did I mention that I can be cheap?
That leaves a few days to fill in with some other fare. Last night it was panko-breaded frozen fish (pollock, Publix branded, too, as it turns out). It's a bit less bad for me than Gorton's or Mrs. Paul's Beer Battered. I do like that beer batter, though. I also prepped some sweet potato fries -- slice them up french style, a bit of spray-on cooking oil and salt onto an aluminum foil covered baking tray and roast them at 425 degrees with the fish, so not fried at all. Very tasty and pretty good for me.
Anyway, I managed to make some tarter sauce to go with it that I was quite content with:
1 dill pickle spear, diced
1/2 tsp prepared horseradish (I like Inglehoffer, mostly for the little jar)
3 jalapeno rings, diced
2 tbsp mayonaise (Hellmann's if you have it)
Put it all in a small monkey dish and stir. Enough for two chunks of fish, you don't want there to be leftovers of fish or tarter sauce, anyway.
Double it if you're cooking for two.
Happy Valentine's Day.