The crafty adventures of a fiber lover in the big city
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
There's nothing like eating the food grown by one's own hands.
I just ate some cabbage from the garden, and baked tofu seasoned with herbs from the garden. It was awesome!
I was worried that the cabbage wouldn't be too good, because the bugs had been going at it for so long. But the largest of the four cabbages was firm and ready to harvest. I washed the leaves really well, and washed it again. I cooked it with a drop of olive oil, sea, salt, garlic and fresh onions from the garden.
The tofu was sliced and seasoned with Oldbay seasoning, freshly ground black pepper, fresh onions, lemon thyme, lemon basil, sage and baked in a pan lined with a tiny bit of olive oil. All herbs and onions grown by me. The taste...incredible.
I'm a happy gardener.