We went to the Kirkwood farmer's market today. Bought some handcrafted laundry soap, some herbs (fennel and dill) to plant in the garden, coffee beans from Stringbean Coffee Company, a local fair trade roaster, and various vegetables -- eggplant, small red potatoes, a red pepper. In honor of Earth Day, if you spent a certain amount you got a ticket for the roulette wheel. I won a lovely bunch of kale!
It made a huge bowl of chips. By the time I remembered to take a picture, we had already eaten more than half.
What's great is that, except for a sprinkle of spices I already had, these delicious chips were free. Not bad, considering the store charges $5 to $7 for a 2.2 oz bag!
My recipe came from Oh She Glows.
Saturday, April 11, 2015
I made Ethiopian Vegetable Stew in my new Berndes 11" saute pan. Love the pan -- it has high sides, a beautiful wooden handle, and a high-quality nonstick surface. The lid is glass.
The food is an adaptation of this recipe for Atakilt Wat (Ethiopian cabbage and potatoes) from Vegan Richa. My modified version is below; follow the link above for the original. It was delicious, the only thing missing was the injera.