Saturday I picked two nice bok choi and tatsoi plants for a stir fry for dinner. It was a pretty local stir fry, too, other than the rice and the green beans, soy sauce, ginger and oil, everything in the dish was locally sourced. Ok, maybe not that local except by weight. Still, it was darn tasty!
Unfortunately I forgot to weigh them, but will weigh the remaining plants when I harvest them this week and guesstimate the total. The two remaining plants were smaller so it will probably even out, or least be close enough.
I also picked a few radishes and will make these into an Asian-type salad this week using some rice wine vinegar and sesame oil. I’m out of sesame oil though, so they have to wait a bit in the fridge as they were getting a bit big.
This post is part of Daphne’s Harvest Monday series on her fabulous blog, Daphne’s Dandelions. Other gardeners from around the globe report in on what is growing in their gardens, It is really interesting reading.