In my kitchen are root vegetables.
I have been doing a lot of cooking with a selection of traditional winter vegetables. In these "between" days, when winter hasn't quite gone and spring hasn't quite arrived. I want to eat comforting, warming foods, and food made using root vegetables fits the bill nicely. Parsnips are my favourite and among dishes I enjoy eating at this time of the year are Spicy Parsnip soup, Parsnip Gnocchi, and Roast Parsnips. Another dish that I made for the first time, and which hubby and I both liked very much, was Root Vegetable Cakes (from The Kitchen Revolution by Rosie Sykes, Polly Russell and Zoe Heron). These used a mixture of swede, parsnip and leeks. We ate them with fried eggs and homemade tomato relish.
In my kitchen is kale
This came from a local Farmer's Market. I served it shredded and gently cooked in an inch or so of water, as a green vegetable.
In my kitchen are Tiramisu wafers.
These are lovely for elevenses with a mug of milky coffee.
I was interested to read about The VegOut Challenge that Francine writes about in her blog Life In The Food Lane. It is an interesting challenge and one that I would like to try a bit later in the year.