I'm not sure why I even brought this one home, other than we love to grill out. However, do you see what it says under "Burgers?"
I found a miso salmon burger recipe, and it was pretty much the same ingredients (almost) as the chickpea miso burgers. I whipped some up and they were delicious.
I borrowed this one, because this summer will be very busy outdoors. I will be the mower, gardener, the everything. I just hope the dogs behave (no fence yet, but if we mow down the goat area, I can fence then in there).
I'm a bit late in starting seeds. After last year, and buying and planting my herbs (twice), and the raccoons ripping apart my pots, I decided to start seeds indoors. Actually only two herbs this spring (so far) - lavender is one. I purchased trusted true lavender seeds from Mountain Rose Herbs. I planted some parsley for indoors, and started bell peppers, an heirloom tomato seeds (gifted to me last year from a friend - "Old Woman Italian"). If they sprout without a grow light (we've not been successful in this farmhouse), I may invest in another tray and start lettuce. We may even invest in grow lights, however even locating them is difficult (again, more people are growing gardens).
Are you getting tired of all my parenthesis? My brain is going faster than my hands today.
My yarrow, appears to be the only herb I planted outdoors, that survived the heathen raccoons. I'm happy, but I'll most likely purchase horehound and other seeds (again for the third time).
I also snatched up three of the last six bags of non-gmo red norland starter potatoes. I did not have a vehicle to get them in a timely manner this year, but I'm glad I found some. I don't order them anymore, so a trusted store is my source. Unfortunately, yellow onions were already sold out. I knew I was taking a chance, but car repairs and tired folks after work, and with some who don't arrive home until 9pm, it's just part of life (and homesteading). I think more and more people are starting to grow gardens, and supply is lacking.
Speaking of things growing - green onions. My onions are up and I was thrilled to enjoy some with dinner last night. They not only went into the miso salmon burgers....
...they went into this new recipe for a macaroni salad. I have been playing around with recipes to find some easy, but delicious and nutritious recipes for an upcoming grad party. I have no idea how I will get all the food made, but I'll be adding this to my list. Everyone here liked it. I am also adding it to my Holiday "go-do" list. It looks like Christmas. It's made with red and green bell pepper as well as green onion.
I don't even have to prep dinner today. It's already in the refrigerator. All I have to do is pop it into the oven and thaw a bag of sweet corn - lasagna! The master bath may actually get cleaned today.