Again I had a small harvest of bok choy and mizuna. What would I do without Asian greens in the spring? They just grow so quickly. Though it helped that these were in 4" pots for a while early on to get them big before the ground thawed.
Sometimes I have to eat a very quick lunch. I often keep boiled eggs in the fridge. The squash custard was left over. I just had to toast the bread and steam the greens. Mark has asked in the past what I do with mizuna. Well sometimes I just make it up as a mess of greens. Very plain. It is just like I eat spinach or kale most of the time. Though mizuna has a very nice mustardy flavor. Usually I would have made egg salad with this plate, but I had no mayo made up in the fridge and didn't have time to make it. So I ate it all plain. A little boring perhaps, but fast.
Dinner with bok choy was more interesting with a Persian flair. I made herbed quinoa and shrimp flavored with sumac and lemon. The bok choy was cooked in the same pan as the shrimp and picked up the sauce.
Harvest Monday is a day to show off your harvests, how you are saving your harvest, or how you are using your harvest. If you have a harvest you want to show off, add your name and link to Mr Linky below.