Omelette with chile sauce; turnip greens – 31 July 2014

D made a sorta omelette tonight, to try out this nifty fermented (?) chili sauce I got at the Tuesday farmers’ market. I’m writing this the 11th of August based on photos, so unfortunately I don’t recall all the details. I do remember, from the size of the serving, that the greens were from the teensy turnips I got from Riverdog. Interestingly, they were not cooked in the time we allotted – tougher than they looked! But they tasted good anyway. The bread looks like the City Bread I bought from The Cheese Board.

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main140731-2setting140731I’m really unhappy I didn’t write the omelette ingredients down immediately. Clearly there are red onions, but I don’t know what the green things are – parsley, no doubt, but peppers, too? It was a delicious concoction. Also do not remember which cheese D used in it. Feta? Rats. He did put 1 tsp or so of the chile sauce, with a couple of eggs or possibly three.

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We had this Cupcake chardonnay from Costco in the fridge since our houseguests were here, and D decided this was the night to have it. We were unfortunately not impressed with it – it was fine, just nothing terribly special.

 

For dessert, though – very impressed! R brought over a small vat of ice cream he had made using the blackberries that grow as weeds at the edge of both of our back yards. Incredible!

dessert140731-blackraspberryicecreamLunch:

lunch140731More teeny turnips, farmers’ market carrots, an avocado on its way out, and a sandwich on Cheese Board City Bread. With what? Cheese, no doubt, but I don’t recall which one. Possibly the Tillamook Cheddar, which we’d had a few times lately.

 

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