I suppose it shouldn't surprise anyone who knows me well that I'm getting off to a slow start with this year's One Local Summer challenge. "Real" cooking is distressingly infrequent in my kitchen, especially with the kind of week this last week has been. (It's been great, but really busy.)
On my one evening last week of being home, without company, before 10pm, I cooked some local food. It was both dinner on Wednesday (when I made it) and lunch on Thursday. I do not, however, have a photo of it, nor is it precisely exciting...but it was tasty. I had wanted to do something with the local seitan I'd picked up, and I had a lovely eggplant (also labelled 'local' at my food co-op), so I threw together a vaguely-Indian eggplant with seitan stirfry thing.
That was my first time cooking seitan; in the future, I plan to chop it a bit finer than the ~2 sq. in. pieces it came as, and I may also try to compensate more for the saltiness I noticed in this seitan.