Shawn, I grow a ton of fresh sorrel and have not found ANY edible ways to eat it. It's too sour for our liking... I have tried many ways to enjoy it - steamed, sauteed, soups, salads, sandwich fillers... ideas for quiche... etc and NO LUCk. How are you using yours?
Tonight I enjoyed picking pineapple mint from my mint plants to go on top of homemade pea and zucchini bisque soup... I have not spring planted yet and with this rain off and on I do not intend to for awhile either. This happens every year. Whatever is growing right now is coming back up or been harvesting since last summer's garden adventures: French sorrel, assorted colored chard, various herbs like oregano, marjoram, mints, lemon grass, rosemary, lavendar, a little bit of chives, sage, etc. and some strawberries just started to blossom - I saw one baby strawberry forming! what a joy! I had one random green onion growing, not sure if the rain ruined it though... need to take a look.
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." ~Chinese Proverb~