Fun with Greens
This is not an art post. Ha, ha.
Kayla Itsines asked, “What is the most fun way you get your greens?”
I usually just wash and spin, then dress with vinaigrette, not very original “fun” presentation or preparation.
The fun is in getting them. I go out in the garden and see what I can see, find what I can find.
This is what I brought in today:
Frisée, chard, beet leaf, 2 kinds of roquette, chick weed, kale, mâche (corn salad) and lettuce.
Ready to serve, a great chaser to a plate of leftovers.
“Along My Paths toward My Heights bees work hard for all men. Why senselessly manufacture honey and wax in workshops? At their foot My almond trees spread their fruit; the partridge does not require payment for its meat, neither does the goat for its milk. I make oil gush for (making) fire, I spread the earth’s surface with lead and copper for all men in return for effort to collect and dress them. Do I not give the tile from clay in return for the effort to bake it?” RA 28/26