G and I celebrated our three year wedding anniversary the other day having been a couple our entire adult lives. We try and go out to a really nice restaurant for our anniversaries and having spent our first year anniversary at L’enclume in Cumbria year two had a lot to live up to. However, year two we spent at the bottom of a freezing quarry near Heathrow airport qualifying for our PADI diving licences before heading to the Great Barrier Reef last Christmas. Totally worth it but not quite the culinary extravaganza of year 1. So I ended up cooking and ventured down memory lane cooking G the first thing I ever made her. Bill Granger’s sweetcorn fritters with bacon and avocado and the same dessert I made her for breakfast on the day I proposed – Pain Perdu. This year, we did both. Over the weekend we supped and drank to our hearts content at the inimitable Waterside Inn at Bray but since our anniversary fell in the middle of the week it was up to muggins here to make a meal. When I made it I wasn’t planning on adding it to the blog, and therefore there aren’t as many photos as normal and they’re a bit hastily done. However, the dish was so ruddy good that I thought I would share it anyway. Plus, as is customary here at TimedEating, it is totally stress-free on the actual day as all the work was done before I went to bed the night before. Perfect for when all you really want to be doing is sharing a glass of champagne with the love of your life. So without further gilding the lily and with no more ado (bonus points for knowing the reference without clicking the link) I give you orange and miso risotto with roasted monkfish and ikura.