Perfect tomatoes. Ready to eat. No adornments necessary.
English peas. Preciously short season. Delicious in Minted Pea Soup.
Fingerling potatoes. Red and white. To be roasted with garden herbs and olive oil.
Strawberries. Last of the crop. Season came early this year. Perfect for Cold Strawberry Soup.
Icelancic lambs wool. Naturally gorgeous brown color. Will be used to make a batch of Fuzzy Soaps.
Peas and potatoes and basil.
Tomatoes and cucumbers. A salad in the making.
The jewel-toned cauliflower would look gorgeous on a crudité platter.
Nice variety of squash. My favorite are the oddly decorative and yummy patty pan.
Garlic scapes have a very short season. They are wonderful in stir fries.
So happy to have Solitude Wool selling their wares now at the farmers market.
What a pretty post! I have one of your fuzzy soaps that I have been afraid to use. I would love to come sometime and see how you make them.
Thank you, Tammy! It’s definitely high season at the farmers market. That’s okay about the fuzzy soap – a lot of people keep them as sachets or stress balls! And yes, just let me know when you’d like to visit. I’m actually in the midst of making 100 of them for the Smithsonian Folklife festival.