Tuesday, bleak, even grey skies, dim light. Typical November day.
Good thing, I need to cook some pasta today, so I have to add some scallion onion, or spring onion to add some flavor. I found my green for today.
Our favorite month, November! This year we’ll get rid of gray by painting the month in green. Lepis from Parallel lineshas hosted this challenge for years, I have been part of it for several years too, feel free to join us 🙂
Open your world to a green November and enjoy your creativity. How you do it is free as long as it’s green!
“Too lazy to peel fresh? You don’t deserve to eat garlic.”
“Garlic is divine. Few food items can taste so many distinct ways, handled correctly. Misuse of garlic is a crime. Old garlic, burnt garlic, garlic cut too long ago, garlic that has been tragically smashed through one of those abominations, the garlic press, are all disgusting. Please, treat your garlic with respect.”
“I could smell garlic, butter, and wine – the world’s most delicious flavor combination. It made me feel warm, like the first few sips of wine always do.”
In onion is strength; and a garden without it lacks flavour. The onion, in its satin wrappings, is among the most beautiful of vegetables; and it is the only one that represents the essence of things. It can almost be said to have a soul.
Charles Dudley Warner
Onion is such a great topic. I think I have to go ang by more vegetables and try to take food photos.