Old MacDonald had a farm.
And I visited his market yesterday. The Bryan Park Farmer’s Market.
I got a few goods, 🙂
which I turned into a rather tasty dinner.
Sautéed cabbage, lentils, and a toasted sandwich round topped with Earth Balance “butter.”
The cabbage was the very first thing I noticed as I walked up to the vegetable stand. I have never made cabbage before, so this was unusual for me. As soon as I saw it, I had to have it.
Maybe this is what they mean by intuitive eating.
This dinner definitely made me happy.
To sauté the cabbage, I sprayed a large pan with olive oil spray and heated it over medium. I sliced the cabbage into tiny sliver pieces and chopped 3 carrots into matchstick sized pieces. I added the carrots first, because I knew they would take longer to cook. I then added the cabbage and cooked until it was slightly caramelized.
Larry, who hates cabbage, said it was the best cabbage he’s ever had. I think that’s a compliment. 😉
There was something about eating a cabbage that was pulled from the ground yesterday that made this meal extra spectacular.
Tonight we’re having sautéed kale and mung beans (yes, I said mung!). Larry is having reduced fat kielbasa and I’m having Tofurkey vegan kielbasa. We may also be having not-so-very-healthy Jiffy Corn Bread 😉
Have a great night! :)