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Photo Essay of a meal made with Hiroko and Koichi, visitor journalists from Japan.
Breakfast made by Koichi at Mariquita Farm Sept. 2004
On the plate is an omelette made with Sonoma eggs, dry-farmed tomato sauce, cipolline onions stewed in a bit of broth, steamed carrots, Star Route salad mix with diced peppers on top.
|Koichi taking a photo of the tomatoes cut in half and ready for roasting before making the sauce with them.|
|Hiroko happily stirring the tomato sauce.|
|"Instant Japanese Pickle": thinly slice turnips (we used a mandolin); lightly salt and toss;|
|Then press salted turnips down with a bowl; rinse, and eat.|
|Hiroko finishing the turnip pressing|
|Salted turnip pickle decorating fresh salad greens|
|Koichi pondering the great Mariquita Farm Vegetable meal. He and Hiroko liked my simple butternut squash soup I made from some squash I had in the freezer....|
|Dinner as served.|
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