What is in season locally for you right now?
I am in Wyoming and the only thing in season here is the WIND! We have already had snows and are expecting another round tomorrow'ish. My garden has been finished for awhile now...we just harvested the rest of the turnips last week. I am growing lettuce in a windowsill though and I also have some herbs growing.
We will now be eating the food I put up over the summer and supplementing it with stuff from the store.
Its summer....so all those yummy summer fruits. tomatoes and salad stuff. vine tomatoes are really yummy at the moment.
last night we had spaghetti with greek salad and chips.
Summer? Where are you? Australia?
Quoting turtle68:Its summer....so all those yummy summer fruits. tomatoes and salad stuff. vine tomatoes are really yummy at the moment.last night we had spaghetti with greek salad and chips.
Locally as much as possible. The other night I made a super yummy dish I saw on a friend post. Zucchini, summer squash and tomatoes sliced like you would for rattitouli, covered in olive oil, fresh basil, oregano and rosemary, layered in a baking dish, sprinkled with sea salt and pepper, with fresh grated asiago and parm. Holy cow was it good!
Served it with free range baked chicken and homemade sourdough French baguette garlic bread. ;)
Apples, cabbage, lettuce, carrots, cabbage, onions- I get my CSA box tomorrow night My winter garden is doing well.
what are tree nuts? Are they the same as pine nuts? I love pine nuts...and they are very expensive.
Quoting stringtheory:Squash and apples, we have both for a few dishes this week. I want tree nuts to do something with, but they are so expensive. I will still buy some for next week, though.
Quoting stacymomof2:Locally? Nothing. I'm in mn we have already had some snow, though it didn't stick. Some apples and squash are around but it's the tail end if it.
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