There’s plenty I do in life that isn’t sustainable. But when people like local architect Michael Madfis make it easy for me to pick up weekly batches of produce grown in his urban garden, I pounce. Five blocks and one bridge away from my office building is a sanctuary of new growth:
After work on Friday I was pleasantly surprised when dinner in Miami was canceled, allowing me to have a hot date with my veggies.
Washing my prized purchases, I started with the spinach and assessed the inventory.
a few bundles of herbs:
We also ordered bok choy and lettuce. Making for a cozy drawer in the fridge:
The entire load cost $27.
Now, what did I make for dinner? Well, you’ll see in my next post.