The lettuce in my Square Foot Garden is abundant. I have romaine, red leaf, bibb, and salanova (my first try of this variety a friend recommended from Johnys seeds). I decided to prepare lettuce wraps for dinner last Sunday night and fed the whole family. I simply found a "Lettuce Wraps"seasoning packet at my local grocery store which had the recipe. I finely chopped chicken and water chestnuts then marinaded the mixture in the seasoning with some soy sauce and little cane sugar. The flavor was similar to a recipe I use often for teriyaki. I use 1/2 c olive oil, 1/2 c water, 3 T raw cane sugar, 1t finely shredded fresh ginger, 2 garlic clove finely chopped, 1 C soy sauce. The wraps were a hit with the fam and even leaf lettuces are crisp when cut fresh from the garden.