My brother and I socialize quite a bit together with our respective spouses, along with other friends. We're friends as well as family. Isn't that awesome?
I like that we're friends. And what better friend to have than a sibling? Unconditional love and acceptance at it's finest. And the trust--well I've never had friends that I could trust as much as my brother and his wife, and Mr.W of course.
Around here, greens are a side dish made usually from escarole, though often mixed with other greens, that have been cooked down with onions and garlic and other yummy bits and served under a layer of browned parmesan breadcrumbs.
I decided to give the greens burger a whirl at home yesterday after my trip to the farmer's market. I already had half a head of escarole in the fridge, and along with a stalk of bok choy and the greens from a big bulb of kohlrabi, I made greens here at home, and topped a nice hamburger with a layer before adding a thick slice of provolone cheese.
I won't bother giving you a recipe for the hamburger--it's just pattied 85% lean ground beef mixed with a little salt and pepper before forming; the burger was fried off to well done and the bun was gently toasted for a pleasing crunch.
This makes a fantastic burger for those who prefer to go bunless, too! I served it with sweet potato fries (obviously cut round).
By the way, do you see that groovy yellow and green fabric under my plate? Its from a set of 6 cloth napkins I bought at the garage sale last week. I love them! What a fun print--expect to see those around here periodically!