Mark Bittman posted a lovely piece this morning about the first meal of spring. His includes sauted leeks and asparagus and baked salmon. Reading his post made me hungry, like just about anything else I read about yummy food, and being hungry made me think about how excited I am for my lunch:
I made a delicious salad with spinach, goat cheese, cucumber, apple (Pink Ladies, of course), and dried cranberries, topped with olive oil and sprinkling of sea salt. I can’t wait to eat it! What are your favorite spring foods and meals?
At the risk of posting about eggs every day (I swear I’m not really obsessed with eggs), I found this delectable-looking recipe for a goose egg on goat cheese potato rosti. I love goat cheese and I love rosti. But what really caught my eye about this recipe was the goose egg. To the best of my knowledge I’ve never had a goose egg and I’m not even sure where I’d get one, although I’m sure Dean & Deluca has them. In any case, I saw the picture on the blog and my mouth started watering. Perhaps I shall go goose egg hunting this weekend.
From The British Larder. Recipe after the jump.