I wanted to try and make Wakame Udon for lunch today, which originally consists of udon noddles in broth, topped with wakame seaweed (and perhaps with an additional sprinkle of spring onion). But I ended up using everything I found left over in the kitchen and I thought would fit in. This includes:
Yesterdays dinner from one of the last small artisanal butchers around here. Well-hung, extra juicy and very flavourful.
Yesterday’s dinner. Looks a little, let’s say, like something you have to get used to, but tastes like heaven. Simple ingredients and simple to prepare. Well, I didn’t have any mushrooms left yesterday, so I went without 🙂
This is what the small plantation on my windowsill did within the last 7 days: The first delicate sprouts have appeared.
First came the bok choi, then, on the same day swiss chard, spinach #1 and thyme. Lastly the first zucchini.
Still sick as f*ck and bored as hell. So today I planted tomatoes (precisely: simple, store-bought vine tomatoes) the way I did it last year: Just slice them into 3-4 mm slices, cover with 1 cm of soil and water a little.
I hope they’ll germinate in the next few days.
I called in sick this morning and I really feel like a bag of shit since yesterday. But after much sleep and drinking tea, I’m also bored as f**k, so I decided to start growing veggies and herbs on my windowsill again. After all it’s precisely the right time of year for that.
Boy! Look at that! When I see this I really wish for the weather to become suitable again for some barbecue…
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