Much more nourishing than iceburg lettuce, and grown in the little side garden.
I used our gargantuan radish, taking care to pluck it from the root rather than grabbing the thorny stalks.
We also had an onion that over wintered. It never developed a "ball" at the end. I'm going to move them to a place where the soil is more sandy. The onion was SWEET!
Unfortunately the eggs were store bought, we at the fresh ones for breakfast.
The older girls are starting to step up the egg production so that will change, especially when the chicks are old enough to lay.
I added some olives, both black and green plus some cheese.
I looked into an olive tree but it won't grow in our zone.
We used a Good Seasons Italian salad dressing packet. Does anyone know how to make their own packets using homegrown herbs and spices?
We used apple cidar vinegar instead of the recommended white. It was so good!
Pizza completed the meal, after a day of planting in the big garden. More on that later but we'll eventually have several different varieties of heirloom tomatoes, assorted herbs, tomatillos (if luck in on our side), squash, green and red pepper, beans and cucumbers.
Linking to Made from scratch blog hop number 11