Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The Ravenous Raven: Dinnertime

Chicken from South Mountain Creamery

Potatoes from our CSA mashed with swiss chard from our garden and buttermilk from South Mountain Creamery

Green beans from our CSA

Tomatoes with basil, both from our garden

Red wine from Boordy Vineyards


Leslie Shelor said...

Oh, beautiful! You're making me hungry! And the Irish Hiking (or spinning) scarf is amazing!

Sheepish Annie said...

I don't eat much meat, but when I do it's chicken and your post has given me quite the craving!!! I'm dining with friends tonight and have my fingers crossed for some poultry on my plate. If not, I guess I'll have to turn on the oven tomorrow. ;)

Kirsten said...

Oh, those tomatoes look delicious! There is nothing in this world like summer tomatoes fresh formthe garden.
All of my swiss chard has been going to the bunny these days. I might have to keep a bit for myself and try it in some mashed potatos.
BTW, you Irish "Spinning" Scarf looks great.

Cheryl said...

Mmm, those tomatoes look wonderful! I love to eat my tomatoes with fresh basil too.

Liz said...

Oh. My. I really shouldn't look at your posts when I'm hungry. That looks divine! I love the vibrancy of local foods!


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