Monthly Archives: July 2011

Summer Sweet

I was out in the heart of the massive heatwave over the weekend and was lucky to find super sweet freshly picked white corn. I had seen this recipe over on Handjobs for the Home and have been wanting to try it. I switched out the red bell peppers for green ones since I could get them from the farm stand where I found the corn. And I changed out the turmeric for some lovely Hungarian sweet paprika. It will be nice to have a taste of summer on a cold dark winter’s night with this summer sweet corn relish.

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Tired

Even the Gerber daisies are tired of this heat.

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Promises of Things to Come

Well one good thing about the heat wave is that my cherry tomatoes are finally starting to turn red! I think I will be having a glut of cherry tomatoes soon. I hope!

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Cool Green

Still waiting for the loaded cherry tomato plant to start sharing some red ones up. And no the water droplets are from watering not rain. It is brutal hot out even at 7 am.

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Saving Cherries

Sweet cherries about to be turned into a wonderful sweet cherry balsamic jam to remind me of the promise of spring during the dark days of winter.

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