Locavore Lunch

Locavore Lunch

locavore lunch Here’s today’s lunch. There was a break in the rain and I ventured out into the garden to see if there was enough for lunch. A yummy salad of arugula, wild arugula, spinach, green onion, radishes, parsley, pickled mushrooms, and some delicious feta cheese that my Milk Lady brought me with today’s delivery. I toasted up a piece of flatbread that I made earlier in the week — I’m on a flatbread kick and tonight I”m going to try this recipe from the LA Times. And a glass of real milk from my milk lady — what can I say. Delicious, and nothing but the flour came from more than 9 miles away from my house.

And just because they’re the only thing really going in my garden, here’s a picture of my first real harvest — some lovely French Breakfast radishes.

radishes 2008

2 thoughts on “Locavore Lunch

  1. I clicked on your link from Ruhlman’s cite because your “…if it ‘ever’ stops snowing here…” comment piqued my interest because I live in Bozeman and have been wondering the same thing! I’m about to plant my first garden and I look forward to reading your ruminations.

  2. Well congrats on waiting long enough to plant — half my Bozeman friends are having to replant everything after getting snowed on last week. And of course, after today’s nice weather, my poor tomatoes are in shock — they’ve never been hot before — lets hope that wilt isn’t permanent!

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