Back to the farmer's market. We drove past the sign and I quickly made a U-turn, thinking, hmm, let's see what is there. It was fabulous. I don't know who runs the market, it's called the New Morning Farmer's market and it seemed to be one (or more) farms from PA. There was the truck with turkeys, manned by the Amish or Mennonite men, lots of produce, lots of baked goods, goat cheese producer.
We shopped with the idea of what to make for the week 2 challenge.
Here is what we bought:
Fingerling potatoes, cauliflower, mushrooms (PA is a large producer of shrooms), a leek and tuscan kale.
S with Tuscan kale
I was thinking of making a cream of cauliflower soup - using butter and milk from my dairy, leek, cauliflower and garlic from my garden. Serve with popovers (butter, eggs, milk from my local dairy - flour I'm not counting!).
My son wants to make homemade pasta so the mushrooms can go into a sauce for that.
S went home with the kale.
That's ok since today I went to my own garden and pulled parsnips, mustard greens, lettuce and arugula. The russian red kale was also ready but I decided to pick that later in the week.
Lettuce and Arugula