Mixed Lettuce Greens: Vivian and Rosita Romaine lettuce, endive, arugula and oak leaf lettuce
A big basket of mixed greens: beet, curly mustard, carrot, green onion, Asian greens, and parsley. Habanero peppers, Cayenne peppers, five big drum head and Dutch Early Wakefield cabbages and the morning's gathering of eggs. The cabbage in the front has been munched on by some little critter. I believe a rabbit. The Dutch Early Wakefield cabbage has a pointed oval shape and is quite dense. The drumhead cabbage is flat and round and not as dense. After we eat them, I'll let you know how they taste.
I cooked the greens and we ate them Saturday with baked chicken and Sunday with pork chops and Byron brought them for lunch today. Talk about not wasting! My family loves greens. I have no problem getting them to eat them when I cook them this way. Of course the recipe varies according to what I have on hand, but generally the more varieties of greens you use the better it tastes.
And....oh yes...I bought the All American pressure cooker I've been wanting with the money I received for Christmas from mine and Byron's parents. I'm a bit scared of it and have read the manual through and probably will again before I use it. With all the stories my Mother-In-Law has told me of exploding pressure cookers......eeek. Then after this she tells me, "But don't worry about it. They're perfectly safe." Huh?