Well here we are, at the end of another season. The vegetables are keeping us on our toes still, and as you might have noticed between this week and last, we have a bit of cauliflower. If you are in search of inspiration for what to do with the bounty, my suggestions would include roasting . . .
Well, it looks like we’re back to plain-old regular summer after a bout of the hard stuff, and we’re deep in to those summer crops too. Blueberries are on, tomatoes are going strong. The beets are big and beautiful, snap peas are here for one last week and we even have a few new potatoes for you
It already feels like one of those summers we’ll be telling our grandchildren about. Though if global warming doesn’t pull any punches in the years ahead, we may be telling them how balmy and mild the summer of ’15 was, back when the Skagit ran all the way to the sea, like so many old rivers of yore.
Without the benefit of fifty years . . .