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The photographer: Eileen Wilson of Granite Bay
 
The dish: It’s no secret that the world’s tastiest fish are the freshest, and this piece of sea bass was caught off of Bora Bora’s Sofitel Private Island. The delicious meal, which I enjoyed nearly every night for dinner, and sometimes for lunch, too, included root vegetables that weren’t carrots or potatoes. Don’t know what they were, but they sure were delicious. Paired with a raspberry lemon drop – yum!
The photographer: Eileen Wilson of Granite Bay The dish: It’s no secret that the world’s tastiest fish are the freshest, and this piece of sea bass was caught off of Bora Bora’s Sofitel Private Island. The delicious meal, which I enjoyed nearly every night for dinner, and sometimes for lunch, too, included root vegetables that weren’t carrots or potatoes. Don’t know what they were, but they sure were delicious. Paired with a raspberry lemon drop – yum!

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Take Your Best Shot” is a weekly feature that spotlights what you’re eating, drinking and enjoying. Please submit your photograph, with a brief description of what’s going on and the photographer’s name and city of residence to sacfeast@sacbee.com. All submissions become property of The Bee.

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