Welcome to Fresh Foods Wednesday #89!
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This week in my CSA from Farm City Co-Op I got:
- Shoots (Pea or Radish)
- Summer Squash & Zucchini
- And HONEY bitches!!!!! (I’m a wee bit excited about that.)
No snippet of what I did with this week’s bounty – again. Because I was in Kelowna visiting family and I’ve spent the past 2 days getting caught up on about a billion email messages. But my week was pretty darn eventful: Fall apples on the weirdest apple trees I’ve ever seen; The lunch of an entrepreneur – leftover roasted carrots, leftover salsa, leftover toasted walnuts and stale melba toasts; Cheers, Kelowna; Big open spaces; Momma Deb and her giant pumpkin; 4 of my favourite things in the world – FBC2014 Pre-Conference swag (the knife), antlers, bourbon in old fashioned rocks glasses and basil; Tuna with tabbouleh and shaved fennel; My new tattoo artwork is coming along from one stellar chick.
Check out more of the stuff I chowed down on via my Instagram Feed (because I pretty much live there).
The Fresh Foods Wednesday #89 link up is to encourage fresh food production, consumption, activism, eating and awareness. Please feel free to link up posts or Instagram images containing:
Farmer’s market treasures;
Home grown/raised hauls;
Recipes that feature fresh fruits and veggies that are seasonal to your area or feature local, sustainably farmed meats, eggs, and dairy;
DIY projects and tutorials for: gardening, storing and/or preserving fresh, real foods, composting market scraps, raising chickens in your back yard, small living, etc…
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