It is frosty in the mornings, but by noon it is warm enough to feed the harvesters outdoors, and we have long tables set under the trees for that purpose. Those who are cooking bring out huge dishes of food, and everybody eats together, which makes for a kind of ongoing festival. Today an old Auntie set a dish on the table that was both pretty and delicious, and she says it is very easy to prepare, so it becomes this week’s love offering to you. It is below, as usual, and as usual you can easily adjust it for portion size.
As you know, phaselus, along with alcibus, forms a big part of the Equi diet, and we have several varieties in our own garden here at Canyon keep. This recipe is something that Ah’rane fixes often, as it is quick, and one of Krush’s favorite ways to eat fresh, annual phaselus. The golden pole beans you have access to at home are very close cousins and will do nicely for this. It only takes about ten minutes to fix. I hope you like it.