While Louisiana grows some pretty awesome peaches, they are very hard to come by. When I was a kid, every Memorial Day weekend we’d travel from Southwest Louisiana to East Texas, traveling through the very top northwest corner if Louisiana. … Continue reading
Yummy yummy radishes! And in what an assortment of colors. My latest find is the watermelon radish: it is vibrant and beautiful. To get my recipe for the lentil sliders, you can find the recipe here: https://icookforleftovers.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/savory-lentil-burger-sliders/ … Continue reading
I think this will make a great marinara for my daughter. This whole venture came about because of her. Ever since she was a toddler, I’ve tried to get her to try to eat ravioli. Well, Hurricane Katrina happened about … Continue reading
This is not my photo, but, it is the same type of pumpkin that I saw at the Farmer’s Market on Saturday. It was so beautiful and perfect, and, well, big! I so wanted to buy it, but wasn’t sure it I would be able to deal with it. They do last a long time, but, I also know that he will have lots more of these beauties.
Due to the impending weather, a lot of the vendors did not show up, mainly because they know that a lot of the people will not show up. But, we went, and got some beautiful tomatoes, eggplants, and restocked our honey supply.
I also talked to the Ladies who bring in the peaches every summer, and asked them how many more weeks they would have peaches. They said that next week, July 28th, would probably be the last time they would have the peaches. MUST GO! EARLY!
The above link is where I found the photo, he has a lot of useful information about produce.
I love tomatoes. My goal has always been to grow tomatoes as tasty as my grandfather did. That may never happen. But, the tomatoes at my local farmer’s market have been keeping me happy for the last 10 years. Thank … Continue reading