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Fresh picked spinach with finely chopped kale, collard, mint, and chives. Plus, slices of radish and a sweet vinaigrette dressing made with local honey, balsamic vinegar, oil, fresh squeezed orange juice, and salt.

I only had to buy the ingredients for the dressing. I love this time of year.
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Spinach and white bean soup. Spinach is from the garden.
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I did some very simple cooking today. I got an old Macaulay frying pan at a thrift store. And I started a new house today that has good appliances. So I put the stove on cleaning mode and cooked all of the old gunk off of the pan.

In more tasty news, my fiance is good at cooking many things as evidenced by these photos.

The last one is steamed eggplant that is flattened then sliced lengthwise and finally scrambled egg mix is poured over it. It's quite tasty but ends up looking like a bird that has been hit on the road.
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Dale Hodgins wrote:I did some very simple cooking today. I got an old Macaulay frying pan at a thrift store. And I started a new house today that has good appliances. So I put the stove on cleaning mode and cooked all of the old gunk off of the pan.

In more tasty news, my fiance is good at cooking many things as evidenced by these photos.

The last one is steamed eggplant that is flattened then sliced lengthwise and finally scrambled egg mix is poured over it. It's quite tasty but ends up looking like a bird that has been hit on the road.



Very cool! Did you grow all that stuff?
 
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