If I could have any job in the World, I would want to be paid to taste food. Even though it was a hectic day from the moment I woke up, there were lots of yummy things in my day...starting with making my Italian-style greens to bring to the hubby at work for lunch. Sooo good, it is a wonder I don't make them more often (oh, yeah...time).
A trip to the Downtown Buffalo Farmers' Market resulted in the purchase of a huge bag of fresh Kettle Korn, 2 pints of the best blueberries I have ever had, plums, apricots, zucchini, and a loaf of Garlic Herb Bread (to go with the greens, of course). I ate so much Kettle Korn and blueberries by the handful as I was sewing, it is a miracle that I did not get sick and was able to eat any dinner. I absolutely love zucchini and next year there will definitely be zucchini growing SOMEWHERE in my yard, who cares if I have it coming out of my ears by the end of the season.
On that note, I did say I was going to post a link in this entry...good practice. My very favorite recipe site (and favorite magazine) is Cooking Light. Currently they are featuring a whole slue of zucchini recipes and now I just have to figure out which one I want to make...and keep enough plain for Moira (my baby girl) to have her first taste of the summer goodness.
That was easy...