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…
Here’s a nice overview of beef cuts, displayed on the wall of a nice restaurant (“Beef Kitchen“) where we had dinner last night.
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