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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Harvest Monday



One night last week after reading about Daphne's greens I harvested some tatsoi and some baby bok choy for dinner.
 Daphne described making soup with the tatsoi by using bouillon.
 I used beef bouillon and added some soy sauce.  I sliced up the tatsoi and
 divided it between two bowls.  I poured the hot bouillon over the tatosi, sprinkled on a bit of grated fresh ginger, green onions sliced and topped it with some chow mein noodles.
 We ate the soup before I thought to photograph it.  Sorry. It was really good.
The bok choy went into the stir fry.

See what others have harvested at Daphne's Dandelions.

8 comments:

Robin said...

The soup sounds great! This is a nice and easy recipe that I'm sure we will enjoy!

becky3086 said...

Wow, that does sound easy. I am going to have to try that with some bok choi that I have.

Marcia said...

I have to give credit to Daphne. I'd never have thought to try it with the tatsoi. And Becky, I imagine it would work with the bok choy too. The broth is hot enough that it cooks the greens just enough.

Jody said...

The greens look delicious. I hope to plant some in our garden next season.

wilderness said...

Marcia looks like your greens are doing real well.

Marcia said...

Wilderness - they're doing okay. Not a great quantity and I wish I had spinach like last year.

Mary Hysong said...

Bright fresh greens look sooo yummy!

Urban Gardens said...

Hi! I'm a new follower. I am checking out your blog from Harvest Monday. Your harvest looks really yummy. Thanks for sharing. :)

~Lynn

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