Look what I found at the farm market today!
What a wonderful surprise — a taste of summer, amidst the rows of pumpkins and mounds of squash. I'm not sure what I will do with them, but I've got to do something soon —— or freeze them for a reminder of the market come dead of winter.
I would never have imagined delicate raspberries could survive a cold fall in Wisconsin.
I bought them from the Vangs, along with apples, carrots and string beans. The Vangs always toss in an extra onion, or some cucumbers or zucchini. Today, they gave me one small snowy white cauliflower. I will make a salad with it, adding cheese, onions and a small amount of bacon. Nice people. I will miss them over the winter months.