Last night my daughter and I ate leftover Ethiopian food and Vegetable Couscous, so I have nothing exciting to report from the kitchen. I thought I’d use this space today to show you what tonight’s supper looks like about 10 hours before it’s cooked:
The great thing about living in the south is that you can grow something edible at any time of the year. I just stuck these collard greens and some broccoli plants in the ground a couple of months ago, tossed on some compost from our pile, and let nature take over. Later today I’m going to harvest about half of the collards and cook them tonight.
The broccoli need a little more time, but here’s a photo of the biggest one: