- fatofthelandandsea#fatlandsea day 295/365 wild and homegrown dinner, faster than fast food: Two days of eggs for a frittata with random greens ('weeds' and planted) - Tuscan and Russian kale, Malabar spinach, silverbeet, sow thistle, chickweed, parsley). Will add homegrown kumara and foraged pink pepper, served with roadside apple hooch (Cider the Road). Some days it's all so much work I want this year to end and live like a 'normal' person; on others (like today) it seems like 'normal' would be too tedious to stick at.
- andrewvalderDoes Malabar spinach suffer any inferiority issues when presented alongside Tuscan and Russian kale or has spinach in this country finally shaken off the cultural cringe?
- fatofthelandandseaGiven Malabar is my favourite swimming hole, I will defend it to the end @andrewvalder . But tbh I've only grown it this summer and only had it in mixes (broccoli is the only green that's a real food, the rest are supplements).
- fatofthelandandseaThough to be clear @andrewvalder , Malabar spinach aka Ceylon Spinach doesn't mean from around here but a funky climbing green that would go with your tropical garden design inclinations (in summer).
- andrewvalderCeylon spinach, Tuscan kale and Russian kale has more of an international ring. Greens that require a 457 Visa even?!
- fatofthelandandsea@andrewvalder - Use the Latin names and give your love to Stellaria Media! Chickweed. She's on an entertainer's visa.
- siobhandeolphotographyKudos to you on your year so far! I'm not half as adventurous and stuck to a rather mundane 365 photo project instead! Your daily posts very inspiring!