It's not "our" homegrown, but it is homegrown - by a farmer not far from here, packaged just hours before we receive it - the dirt still evident and the imperfections signally what I often cringed about when I bought perfectly modified veg from the major conglomerates...
Seasonal vegetables and a quick chat with the man behind the idea and delivery of this organic produce saw me putting out some lovely veg dishes for our guests over the weekend.
What seasonal dishes are you making at your house?
Beetroot & Fetta salad - poach beetroot for about 30 minutes or until you can insert a knife...allow to cool. Peel skin and cut into small cubes. Add some finely sliced red onion and mix together some good quality olive oil, balsamic vinegar, s + p to your taste and drizzle over the beets. Add some chopped spring onions and then crumble some feta on top.
Broccoli with anchovies and parmesan - slice up your broccoli heads and a few cloves of garlic. With a pan on high heat and a dash of oil, start frying them up. Add a few chopped up anchovies and then about half a cup of water. Pop the lid on and let the broccoli cook to your liking. transfer to a serving dish and drizzle some oil (I used a lovely white truffle oil I splurged on a while back that I use very sparingly) and a shaving of parmesan or pana gradano cheese.
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