Sunday, November 19, 2006

Ravenous Raven Returns

It's been a bit more of challenge to eat locally now that our garden is hibernating and one of our CSAs has ended for the year. Fortunately the local farmer's market operates year round and our other CSA extended through November.

This weekend, with fond memories of One Local Summer, we cooked a late supper with local eggs, milk, cheese, onions, broccoli, and pepper. Local bagels, too.




Dessert, however, was not local:

6 comments:

The Tell Tale Heart said...

"A garden inclosed is my sister, my spouse; a spring shut up, a fountain sealed. Thy plants are an orchard of pomegranates."

I love you.

Lolly said...

ah... pomegranates!!
National Pomegranate Month! :)

Kate A. said...

Wow, pomegranates really are everywhere. (See http://throughtheloops.typepad.com/through_the_loops/2006/11/you_guys_are_th.html if you haven't already). Okay, fine, I give in, I'm going out and finding myself some pomegranates tomorrow!

Birdsong said...

I haven't written much about eating locally lately, feeling that there is still fall fruit and preserved foods, but not much that excites... pomegranetes grow here and are such a special part of fall.

Kirsten said...

Great minds think alike! (. . .and enjoy pomegranates) ;)
You're Ravenous Raven posts are always so delicious!

Kirsten said...

Ooops "your". I've got to learn to proof read!

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