Bounty from the garden. Four kinds of tomatoes and two peppers of a variety I can no longer remember.
Bounty from the market. Lilies, artichokes, sweet onion, chard, late season pluots and peaches, persimmons, figs (in the bag), olive oil, cheeses and pate, bread and pastries, coffee (already drunk), concord grapes, wheat grass (fo the cats) and heirloom tomatoes. Can you believe I bought more tomatoes?
And yet more from the farm earlier this week: pears and radishes and carrots and eggplants and more peppers and dry-farmed tomatoes and green beans and cauliflower and more concord grapes.
I'm grateful that I live in a place where there is such a variety of small-scale agriculture, and that I have the desire and income to support it.
Now, who's coming over so I can feed them?