I’ve been warming up to the #tomatolandia sprint that is coming up at month’s end with small batches of fruit preserves. Made a beautiful batch of loquat jam today and am moving on to dewberries next. Have you started putting up spring produce?
Still have lots of leafy green things! First week of May looks like… kale, mixed greens, romaine, spinach, carrots, broccoli, beets, spring onions (red), radishes, cilantro, kohlrabi, leeks.
Roasting tomatoes. Caramelizing onions. Baking her favorite mac-n-cheese.
dandelion greens, spinach, kale, fennel, parsley, radishes, beets, carrots, mixed greens, spring onions, leeks, artichokes, parsnips, broccoli
We went to the market this morning to pick up our CSA stash (the first of the Spring) and could not resist these little beauties. Also came home with sweet potatoes, carrots, brussel sprouts, collards, kale, spinach, lettuce, radishes, beets, daikon, cabbage and spring onions. Will spend the better part of Saturday cleaning and prepping everything for the week. As for the artichokes… scouring the cookbook collection to stop my reflex to steam and dip in butter.
Today’s CSA stash is glorious – kale, spinach, mixed salad greens, collards, carrots, turnips, parsnips, sweet potatoes, radishes, beets, broccoli, celery root, brussel sprouts, and green onions.
I could have a bowl of noodles floating in broth pretty much every day of the week at lunch and be super satisfied. Soba in miso. Egg noodles in a faux pho. Fideos in red broth. There are countless options. Decided to make my lunch bowl a little different yesterday… Mixed Green Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette Mixed Greens Quinoa Raw Carrot Olives Watermelon Radish Sunflower Seeds Mustard Vinaigrette with Capers* So much more satisfying and […]
I have lots of ideas for meals, a full fridge, and some mental space to play in the kitchen so this is exactly what I am going to embrace this week. No meal plan. Today, I decided to stuff some pasta shells mid-day for a quick meal come dinner time. What are you eating tonight?
I have been obsessed with the fig tree out back and am dreaming of its potential (in pounds, of course). We are picking a steady ¾ lb to 1 ½ lbs per day, but we may not be able to keep the birds at bay much longer. I have a few recipes at the ready just in case we grow tired of eating them as is: Figs with mustard seeds and curry leaves* Rustic Fig & Goat […]