Let’s see. Besides potatoes, I’ve been growing lettuce indoors. Mesclun greens, their seeds meant to sprout in shallow soil and then the green leaves snipped early to top other dishes.
But my dish with shallow soil was kind of large and so I found myself with many greens that I decided to form into a nest. And on this nest I placed a handful of brussels sprouts, chopped, and a couple of small leeks, chopped, and a bit of oyster mushroom found at the bottom of the fridge, also chopped. Before I placed them in their nest, these veggies and the fungi were sauteed in olive oil, butter and garlic and seasoned with salt and pepper.
Okay, there was some meat added at the end of the porcine variety but no pictures do I have of crisped bacon, and so this is as much of the recipe that I can share in images. Í’ve placed the large dish aside until I decide what to sprout next. So many seeds in the world. I feel quite lucky.