March 3, 2011

PLANS FOR THE POTAGER


                                                         Bibimbop


This popular Korean dish above is easy to make and one I whip up when family or friends visit.  Guests are given a bowl filled with either noodles or rice and after selecting the meat/veggies, it is drizzled with sesame oil and a dab of hot sauce.  Tasty and healthy at the same time.  If you'd like the recipe try Bobby Flay's vesion : http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/boy-meets-grill/bibimbap-recipe/index.html

I cook Asian dishes frequently and so this season I am dedicating one section of my potager to vegetables such as Bok Choy, which is a tasty spinach-like vegetable with crunchy, sweet stems, Spacemaster cucumber, a very compact, bushy plant for small gardens, Chinese broccoli, a.k.a. kale, a fast growing, small plant with incredible flavor and leaf lettuce.  I will add other staples such as green onions, chives and garlic as well.

Meanwhile I still have ample time to devise ways to keep those waskily wabbits out of my vegetable patch.


Written by Carolyngail at Sweet Home and Garden Chicago All rights reserved

4 comments:

  1. Good luck Carolyn with the wraskily wabbits! They are everywhere already in my garden and have done some big damage already on the roses and shrubs.

    I can't wait to see your potager.

    Eileen

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  2. I love bimbimbop. Delicious!!

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  3. That looks delicious Carolyn! I plan to try growing bak choi this year for the first time. Good luck with the waskily wabbits!

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  4. Oh! Yummy! Good luck with your wabbits Carolyn!

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