Sunday, June 04, 2006
We hit the Marion Square market yesterday, and I got a pretty good haul: new potatoes and sweet onions from the Green Grocer Farms stand, some intriguing multi-colored carrots from Kennerty farms, along with some fresh snap beans and two handfuls of tiny, bite-sized plums, half of which I ate before leaving the market.
I've got a beef stew underway that will use some of all of these finds, except the plums. It's simmering in the kitchen now and I plan to let it go all day.
Posted at Sunday, June 04, 2006
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