Lettuce, two huge sweet onions, green beans, potatoes from North Star's potato breeding project, tomatillos, and a couple zucchini and eggplant.
Think it looks a little light for a farm share in the height of the growing season? You're right, it is.
Well, it's August, which means ...
Seven pounds of tomatoes in fact. Did I mention that we have 7 purposely planted and a few volunteer plants of our own and we're swimming in tomatoes. Yeah, there will be some sauce making in the near future.
Here's the actual bounty picture from yesterday
Since last night was the official return of football, even if it was just preseason, we needed an easy to eat in front of the TV meal. Add in 7 pounds of tomatoes, and we opted for pizza again.
One of my favorite things about pizza is just how versatile it is. Start with the same simple dough and you can end up with a ton of different meals. Of course, Peter is a traditionalist, so we made another margherita for him.
|Basil pesto, fresh tomato slices and mozzarella|
We piled quite a few things on "my" pizza. Yes, it was a more labor intensive preparation, but I think it was worth it
|Whoa, scary hand there.|
|Roasted eggplant and cherry tomatoes, caramelized onions, green peppers with ricotta and mozzarella|