This weekend was the first weekend that there was a full bounty of vegetables at our local Farmers Market, the Cary Downtown Farmers Market. So I really wanted to make something to showcase all the lovely produce available right now. I don’t like to do pasta two weeks in a row, but it seemed like … More Meatless Monday: Farmers Market Bounty
WARNING: I start out with a bigger-picture strawberry-related rant on this post. If you just want a vegan strawberry scone recipe without that, scroll down until you see a picture. This weekend my Farmers Market delivered a wonderful Easter present to me–the first Farmers Market strawberries of the season! This is a BIG thing for … More Meatless Monday: The Start of Strawberry Season!
I missed posting yesterday because I’ve been busy. My spiritual center has moved, and I’ve been over there yesterday and today unpacking and trying to get our Sunday School operations organized to be ready to teach our students by Sunday. So here is the laser update: Yesterday for lunch, I took the focaccia, split it … More Catch Up Friday, SNAP Challenge Edition
I had promised to write about this, but I’m running out of SNAP days, so I’m doing a special post on this issue. Food production in the United States is a complex business, but explaining why food from local Farmers Markets is expensive is easy: Farmers Markets are about the only place where you are … More Why Food From the Farmers Market Is Expensive