I'm bringing a couple pans of my newest creation, the "chard-sagna," to the Solar Potluck and Exhibition at Catalina State Park this weekend. I'm sure the experienced solar chefs at the event will be underwhelmed with this paltry contribution, but it's the best I've got so it'll have to do.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the event, which will surely be celebrated with much enthusiasm and plenty of information on new developments in all things solar. You can read more about the event over here.
About that "chard-sagna." It's basically a lasagna, but I use different colors of chard from my garden instead of lasagna noodles. I'm still tweaking the recipe, but it's a good way to use up an abundant amount of chard before the plants bolt during these first days of the Tucson summer.
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