Sunday, October 2, 2011

Lovely Autumn Breakfast

I woke up to 56 degrees, and with an appetite after over a week of a bad-then-lingering cold. So I whipped up a lovely omelet of three FRESH eggs, a small fistful of katuk leaves (they taste like raw peanuts!), chopped Chinese chives, a chopped yellow onion (from the store), a sprinkle of turmeric and Morton's Light Salt, and cooked it, covered, over medium heat in a thin film of coconut oil. There is nothing like a meal made from the bounty of one's own urban farm, both in taste and healthy qualities. Now off to tackle many tasks for a productive, cool, low-humidity day. John

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