Yukina Savoy


Mr. Tess’ jaws clench at the sight of green and crunchy vegetables: green cabbage, red cabbage, nappa cabbage, savoy cabbage, bok choi, kale, shinguku, brassicaceae of any sort, chard, turnip, dandelion, mustard greens and so on. He was delighted to find this bunch of leafy stuff at the Farmers’ Market.

It’s called “yukina savoy.” Very pretty, yes? And something we will be planting in our garden next year? I think so!

And you can see, the planned second meal of Japanese spareribs featuring my own favorite: noodles…

Ah! and summer and light…
sweetness
and now the autumnal equinox
life moves on

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