I expressed my sadness about lack of strawberries and asparagus on “the right coast” too soon! When I walked into our local farmer’s market this morning, I realized that Spring Market season began today…and with that comes a sharp uptick in the number of produce vendors….and, wait for it, those strawberries and asparagus that I was so excited about seeing in San Francisco. Now, the volume is not so great as what I saw out West, but the berries are sweet, and the asparagus will be delicious.
Our favorite crepe stand is back too…
What did I come home with?
Supplies to make keeping good on our Real Food pledge from Hometown Harvest.
- 2 ½ gallons apple cider … made from apples only!
- 2 loaves of bread (one country white and one honey wheat), both made from whole wheat grain
- 1 package of Honey Greek Yogurt
- 2 packages of fresh mozzarella
- 1 wheel of Camembert (not pictured…it got buried in one of my bags!)
- Mixed mushrooms
- Persian cucumbers
- 1 quart Strawberries
- 1 lb. rosemary garlic sausage
- 1 lb. bacon
- 3 lb. rump round roast
This supplements what we received from our Hometown Harvest order yesterday …
- Spring Garlic
- Bartlett Pears
Next task….to see what I have in the fridge and menu plan for the week. We get our milk and eggs on Tuesday morning, so now is the time to determine what other items I’m going to need to round out our plan for the week.
P.S. The hardest part of this challenge is going to be making sure the kids have lunches that are real food. While the twins typically pack, the eldest likes to go to The Italian Store and get pizza…