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Category Archives: Seasonal: Spring
Summertime is the best time in the garden. Oregon Giant peas drip off the vines, collapsing under the weight of the fruiting bodies. Strawberries and raspberries blush reds hidden amongst all the deep green hues. And the artichokes! Two to … Continue reading
The Farmers’ Market is abundant with all sorts of fruits and nuts…oh, and there’s great fresh produce to buy, too! Today’s simple salad recipe includes 3/4 Farmers’ Market freshness. Until I find a goat cheese supplier, I’m stuck buying mine … Continue reading
Since I work at the Farmer’s Market I get a lot of excess produce from vendors at the end of the day. This past Sunday, though, was the ultimate score of produce. This monstrous bag contains: carrots, radishes, green onions, … Continue reading