Thursday, May 31, 2007

Backyard Feast

Still eagerly awaiting the official start of Pocket Farm's second annual One Local Summer, we got in another good practice this weekend. To celebrate Memorial Day, Son (with a little help and advice) made whole wheat hamburger buns:





We grilled burgers (bought from our dairy provider) alongside produce from the farmer's market (white sweet potatoes, asparagus, and a very special tomato):





And to drink? Mac Jack Hard Cider that we picked up from a winery in Vermont during our visit last summer.



Delicious! What a wonderful way to begin the summer.

4 comments:

Mouse said...

Yum! Seeing your lovely food photos makes me even more sad that we can't get local produce here.

Kathy said...

That looks wonderful! I can't wait for our CSA pickups to start.

Liz said...

Looks delicious!

We had a very similar meal recently... whole wheat potato rolls, local hamburg, potato & carrot salads, plus homemade elderberry wine. It's so satisfying to be able to eat so well from such a small foodshed (mostly the backyard except for the beef). What was even more satisfying was sharing the meal with friends.

Just a few weeks to go before OLS, I guess I better do a little planning (and make an official announcement!).

KBlicious said...

everything looks SO YUM!!!! these posts are inspiring me to re-think the volunteering at a local organic farm on fridays. i really love reading about the choices you and your family make to support local producers and cottage industries and our planet!!! it's really refreshing and i honor you all!

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