It seems the later I get home, the more I want to putter in the kitchen for a meal. It's a perfect way for me to relax, but it also means I might be eating later than I want, and it could also mean waking up to a messy kitchen. Usually worth it, and in many cases I'll end up snacking my way through the prep, and my lovely meal will be lunch the next day. The other thing that happens is that if I am 'puttering', I'm likely not following an exact recipe, so sharing the loveliness is more challenging the next day. This is fairly simple and straight-forward, though, so if you read along, you'll get the gist of it!
I picked up a nice variety of vegetables last weekend at the Tailgate, but this week hasn't exactly cooperated with my intended cooking schedule, so when I got home last night, I saw I had a nice variety of vegetables that were looking a little sadder than when I picked them up. Before resorting to an oversize batch of vegetable stock, I pulled out the veg that might not make the prettiest salad, and decided to go the quiche, or something very much like it, route.
|Late dinner so not the best planned imagery, but it sure tastes great!|
|Does this placemat make me look green? It was later, so I was more |
interested in eating than setting up a photo! It was delicious, and
my 'salad' of cabbage kimchi was a perfect side.
I definitely want to play with that sweet potato crust again, and next time, I'll write it all down!
|So good for dinner, I had a slice for breakfast, with local blueberries |
from Mudluscious Gardens and some Thai Chicken Sausage from East Fork Farms.