Monthly Archives: June 2010
I figured I talk about this skillet cake so much I may as well post the recipe, because most importantly it passed the “outsider” test. Meaning that someone without allergies tried it, and liked it! <a href="“> This recipe was riffed from Rick Bayless’ book Mexican Everyday which you can buy on Amazon. It is […]
So I jumped out of bed, well, slid, coffee in hand (thanks dear husband!) out into the hot early morning with my cart in hand, and many bags, anticipating CSA bounty.
WOAH! Seriously? I was surprised by the bounty – greens galore!
Two (2) two pound bags of spinach, the HUGEST (is that a word?) Chard on the planet, beautiful japanese radishes + their beautiful greens, green garlic, chives, bok choy…Phenomenal.
This Saturday is the first day I will pick up our 1/2 share of CSA veggies from the Green-Wood Heights CSA. The picture above is from our bounty of veggies from last fall. Wonderful. I can’t wait. My favorite thing? The fresh garlic which will come in July.
The point I would like to make (and I’ll make it quickly so I can get on to the business of food, which I happen to love!) is that to all medical personnel: when we visit, we like you to read the chart BEFORE we get there. So that, like today, and other days with other Doctors, you don’t read the whole list of her allergens out loud, then make the comment (which apparently no one can resist): WHAT DOES SHE EAT? (And trust me, sometimes I’ve looked at people and said AIR, she eats AIR, who knew?)