Opening the box is one of my favorite moments. First, I stick my nose inside and smell morels’ concentrated fragrance. Then, I admire the variety of their shapes and shades and let their aroma to slowly fill my kitchen. “Into the woods — It’s time, and so I must begin my journey!”
Spread a thin layer of miso compound butter on Central Market’s Seedsation bread, layer thinly sliced radishes or/and cucumbers, and compose sandwiches. Take this sandwiches, your family and friends, and go to admire bluebonnets in Pace Band Park. Don’t forget your camera!
The more varieties of different greens you mix, the better the taste. Adding arugula is highly recommended. Add sunflower and sweet pea sprouts/micro greens. This salad is not sweet. It is neither sour, nor it is salty. It tastes like a fountain of spring freshness!
“Lemon is a love fruit, but should be mixed with sugar for maximum results. Lemon pies, the British lemon curd, and lemon puddings are all love-inducing. Women once served lemon pies to their husbands to keep them home at night.”
I used Austrian pumpkin seed oil to flavor my modernist “burrata” appetizers. This oil is a culinary specialty from southern Austria, Styria. It adds beautiful green color and amazingly reach nutty flavor.