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June 11, 2010


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

It's funny - I got so much lettuce at the farm last week, but had very little to top it with. So last night I was at the grocery store buying red peppers and cucumbers. I felt like I was defeating the purpose of the CSA ...
Love roasted asparagus - just ten minutes, and I always get the best results.


Love asparagus. I've never fried sage but plan to try this year. I have it planted in my garden.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I think of every leaf of lettuce, or herb, or tomato, from your own garden as a little victory, so it's okay to supplement. Farmers markets are the next best thing to growing your own. (And by the way, if you run out of sage, you know where to get more!)

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