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[Jump to recipe]July 2035
Despite how much times have changed, the one thing wedding guests can still hope for is a halfway decent dinner.
It’s always questionable, though, when the selections are “meat,” “fish,” or “vegetarian.” You never know what you’ll get these days: lab-grown lamb, farm-raised shellfish, seaweed pasta, a plate full of flowers.
I’ve always been in love with seafood, and I know the selections are slim because so many of my childhood favorites have since gone extinct. But tonight, I took a leap of faith.
When the plates arrived, everyone else at our table had opted for vegetarian. It was wild mushroom risotto, which looked alright, but the fish entree I chose was beautifully fragrant — a perfectly seared filet with a side of black rice mixed with vibrant vegetables.
“Excuse me — what is this?” I asked the waiter.
“Oh, you definitely picked well, miss. That’s the chef’s speciality... Read more