Category Archives: fruit
There is something about the light of February – its intensity and crispness – that speaks of what’s to come. When the brightness is combined with a deep blue sky, it only heightens the sense of possibility. And eating a … Continue reading
I am back from points west and while it may not have been all that warm (actually, it was downright freezing during most of my visit to Southern California), it was sunny and there was fruit on the trees! I … Continue reading
Ray brought this pawpaw to rehearsal the other day. He grew it in his backyard. In Westchester County, not much more than an hour north of NYC! It seems so odd, this seemingly-tropical fruit growing up here in this climate. … Continue reading
Early. It is one thing to repeatedly hear about this season’s warm weather and early crops. It is another thing entirely to arrive at the farmers’ market early in the morning on July 1st and discover peaches. Peaches! Fragrant, fuzzy, … Continue reading
Today was the first delivery of the new CSA season. In our box, we received a nice array of Springtime produce – arugula, baby bok choi, rhubarb and strawberries, lots and lots of strawberries. More later in the week on … Continue reading
Adding frozen blueberries to a dish of sliced Honeybells, I didn’t expect the immediate effect of pink-stained orange juice. It tasted very much as it looks – tart, sweet, refreshing.