My Wednesday farmers market has reopened! Yay! And so despite the blustery showery day, I loaded up on cash and tote bags and off I went.
Lots of spring goodies!
The market was full of baby lettuces, spring potting flowers and herbs, plus some new bakers.
A new guy had very unusual breads, definitely artisan, each loaf different.
Hard to resist the yard long, 1" wide whole grain baguette! Or the rosemary loaf....
But instead I chose this breakfast loaf, it's rather like a very large yummy ten seed croissant.
Asparagus and green spring onions picked just this morning.
French arugula, which is heartier and much spicier than the commonly available Italian arugula.
And baby kale....
I was also pleased to find these heirloom ''Watermelon" radishes.
Aren't they adorable!
They've been featured recently in various cooking magazines and I am so happy to get to try them.
However. My fave way to enjoy radishes is simply as a snack with a bit of sea salt.
These babies were so tough I couldn't cut them easily, had to whack them with my huge chef's knife,lol.
Maybe shaved and served in a mustard-y vinaigrette?
The baby kale and the spring scallions will go into tonight's stir fry. A new recipe, very fast and delicious!
From a Success Rice box...you can sub tofu if you do not want meat. [and I serve it with brown rice....]
I sub sugar-free orange marmalade for the ''sweet'' part, add whatever veggies are available, in this case the farmers market finds plus shaved brussel sprouts.
Be sure NOT to overcook! The veggies should be crispy....
PS I just have to show you my Mothers Day flowers!
Aren't these orchids amazing! They are sold in the city as cut flowers!
I put them in my beachcombed bell jar thing, the pink tulle was part of the bouquet...
gone to the beach.....