Well, my garden looks ever more like a jungle.
The green leaf lettuce is astonishing. We live on salad, although my tomatoes aren't in yet, so I have to buy them. My little guy tells me we have 64 baby tomatoes (since about 30 of those are on one bush, I suspect those are cherry tomatoes).
I used some of the kale to make creamed kale. It wasn't bad, but it certainly didn't get raves from the starving hordes hereabouts. If you want to try it, grate two small potatoes and cook in 1-1/2 cups milk with a touch of salt and pepper. Meanwhile, chop about 2 pounds of kale, removing the stems, and cook in a small amount of salted water for about 10 minutes; drain. Whirl the cooked potato mix in your food processor or blender, and also puree the kale if it's not fine enough. Combine the kale and potato, add 1/2 cup whipping cream and a touch of nutmeg, heat a bit if necessary, and serve.
Fish last night, cooked with a small onion from our garden, a grated carrot and a tomato, with white sauce added. Served with heart attack potatoes, potato bread and a huge salad, no extra veggies were necessary.
And, finally, onion flowers! Aren't they pretty?