This is a simple way to incorporate greens into your food! Add a bit of olive oil to the pan, add "deep greens," like baby spinach, kale, and arugula, crack 2 eggs over it, add chives, salt and pepper and let it cook slowly over low heat. You can eat as is or make a sandwich out of it. Either way this is yummy!
These are seriously good eats! I first spotted these HERE and just had to try them. They were truly delicious. Then a few days later, I followed up on the general idea here and made sour cream, chive, and butter mashed potatoes (and have made them two more times since) and it was super tasty! Perfect food to warm up these cold February days.
I took these photographs in early January in San Patricio's urban forest. This awesome reserve is a wonderful example of community organizing in Puerto Rico (see THIS for more information). On the day we visited, there was a Three King's celebration taking place, which was organized by the community--there was free food, entertainment, pony rides, and even a camel on site! These pictures document the signage throughout the reserve. This is an example of a wonderful community-led conservation effort and is truly worth visiting!