Now that we are growing, albeit small amounts, our own strawberries we see them in a different light. The ones we save from the rabbits are special treats, often eaten by Amaya. As gardeners we are not very good. Weeds grow faster than we can keep up. Knowing that we are selective weeders. We let the weeds we want to eat grow with the fruits and vegetables we initially planted. In our strawberry patch oxalis and purslane have popped up. Seeing these edible delights together sparked the idea of putting them all onto the plate together. To add some richness to the ingredients we added powdered brie cheese. The addition of the tomatoes came about because we liked what we saw at the store and their own fruity characteristics would work well with the strawberries and weeds. We used some grassy olive oil, inspired by the grass now taking root in the strawberry patch, to dress the strawberries. Finally a few drops of minus 8 vinegar syrup completed the thought process.