|A beautiful purple cauliflower from our CSA share.|
|It caused me to get a bit artistic. Of course, once it was cooked I was too excited to eat it to take a photo.|
The following photo is of an apple/apricot chutney I made with a friend. She had the recipe from her mother, but didn't know how to can. I offered a pleasant afternoon canning lesson in exchange for a couple jars, a wonderful exchange. I'd say I became a knowledgeable canner last year when I did lots of canning with friends. We bought hundreds of pounds of peaches and apples and learned together. I've learned a new skill and fun method of saving and sharing with others. Priceless!
|Here's some chutney. It reminds me of fall and looks great set against our most glowing maple.|
I've been distracted by the yard. I pause from the food photographs for a bit of local color.
|Our sky was too cloudy to see the early morning lunar eclipse, but later it looked like this.|
|The reflection of my favorite tree in a newly washed window.|
These are some photos from a couple weeks ago when the share was full of tomatoes. The gratin was for a pot luck dinner we attended. Too bad I again forgot to take an after picture. It was beautiful cooked too. And delicious with purple potatoes, tomatoes, and zucchini. The underlayer was made of sauteed leeks, and it was topped with Emmental and panko.
|Gratin in progress. A good use for my mandolin.|
|Parsley is my best crop this year. Too bad we don't like it very much.|
|A rather fussy but delicious lunch, tomato sandwich and salad with cabbage, beets and blue cheese.|