So good news/bad news. I’ve got actual pictures of my pickup this week, posing gently with some of my cookbooks. Unfortunately, when I mailed my preferred camera back for a warranty repair last week, I sent the cable for my big camera. So now I have a mismatched cable! If I can figure out how to get the pictures from my card without a cable, I’ll add them.
I wondered how much food I was getting, so I actually broke out my scale. Turns out I’ve gained a little weight (no surprise there, stupid PD finance) and I got 11.4 pounds of produce today, excluding the extras I picked up while I was at the market.
Here’s the take this week.
1- Two egg plants
2- Two summer squash
3- One smallish bunch of swiss chard
4- 1 pint of new potatoes (I think it was a pint, maybe it was a peck… I don’t know!) There were a lot of potatoes, of all sizes, but I went with the new potato size.
5- One yellow zucchini
6- Four slicing tomatoes
7- 1 pint of cherry tomatoes (which I am so excited about! The last batch was just so flavorful, all seven of them.)
8- One banana pepper
9- One chili pepper
10- Two jalapenos
11- One dozen eggs
There was also an onion available, but I forewent it. They were looking kind of scraggly, and I’ve got too many onions right now anyhow.
I also picked up a bunch of basil for $0.50, a cuke for $0.50, and a pint of early “Snow Apples” for two bucks. I had never heard of Snow Apples, and I’ve been looking for something to use in cabbage and apples. I stopped and they gave me one to taste that they couldn’t sell because of bird pecks on one side. It was quite delicous, so I ended up buying them.
So apparently, this has turned into a food blog… Guess that tells you where I’m at these days. 😉 I’ve got a surfeit of vegetables right now. I ate out way too much last week because of various outings and happenings, and had very little chance to cook. I’m thinking of taking a double share to the Mingle tomorrow, just to reduce the number of vegetables taking over my house.
I’ve got several half-written posts lying about, so look for them before too long.