The past few farmers’ markets have yielded a delightful bounty in the fridge, which is slowly being used up.
Sweet cherries became a cherry cobbler. (Two lessons learned: 1) a cobbler made almost entirely of sweet cherries is TOO sweet! and 2) large pearl tapioca do not dissolve in the cooking time. Must find small pearl tapioca in cabinet before next baking project.) Sour cherries have been cut up for the next project. Maybe another cobbler, maybe a pie, maybe clafoutis…
The first corn on the cob is boiling on the stove. I am SO excited! We’ll have that with garden burgers and a salad.
I think a peach pie is on next weekend’s agenda. (I’ve eaten too many to make into a pie without buying more.) And gooseberry fool sometime this week. And currant scones for Sunday brunch. Mmmmmmmm….
Carrots and celery and chard (magenta) also graced our market basket as did tomatoes, broccoli (which is destined to become quiche), and eggplant.
What a nice life when these things practically arrive of their own accord on my doorstep.