I'm trying hard to get my head around a set of posts about food. I've scrapped two or three crummy attempts today. I feel the pressure to post so here.
It's what we had for supper Sunday evening. Minute steak from a southeastern South Dakota cow, butchered last fall. Lettuce greens, potatos and radishes from a farm (with a greenhouse) near Madison.
Don't see the radishes? They're baked in with the potatos.
This season, The MinusCar Household seeks to reduce the distance food travels from ground to stomach. There's a good argument that distance is less a problem than simply eating cows. That's fine...I have a feeling as the season progresses we'll be trying to eat so many vegetables before they rot that red meat consumption will decrease - drastically.
More on this later. Probably.