A surprise awaited me when I picked up my monthly meat shipment from Marin Sun Farms. A free sample of two duck eggs! They're trying to lure us into adding on to our usual boxes. I honestly don't know what to do with a duck egg besides eat it like a normal egg, so I'll keep you posted as to how that goes.
My shipment was a little odd this month, which has me slightly vexed. Instead of five separate 1 pound packages of ground meat, I was given two large packages of ground beef. Very curious, and difficult to portion down. I may have to invite all my friends over for tacos, or make a huge batch of goulash for freezing. Also received was a large pork loin (excellent--just the thing to roast medieval-style) and a small chunk of lamb leg.
As it was simply a gorgeous, sunny afternoon, I started planting a garden when I arrived home from work. One small section of cilantro is in the dirt, and a dozen cress seeds have been started inside. The seed peas are soaking to plant tomorrow. I'm going to plant in batches, so not everything flourishes at the same time. There are also some pumpkin seeds in the ground, which I saved from a kabocha. I have never before planted using saved seeds, and neither have I attempted to grow pumpkin, so it will be interesting to see if anything actually appears.
Green Lantern runs on Saturday!