We made the most amazing supper last night after a quick walk through our gardens. Sauteed broccoli, hungarian wax pepper, bright lights swiss chard, baby white onions, and garlic over pasta dressed with olive oil and lemon zest and topped with cherokee purple and yellow pear tomatoes, blue cheese crumbles, toasted pine nuts and sea salt. Oh Yum. Highlander said it best. You can't get food like this ten months a year. Even if you have all the money in the world. You can't buy this in January.
What a lovely place in the world to live. We poke a few seeds in the ground in May and eat miracles in July.