Tag Archives: summer
Oh, hi. I just tripped into this space and found lots of cobwebs, as well as an unused post — one filled with juicy purples and greens from July — that has been dangling here, waiting. Being something … Continue reading
I am regularly intrigued by the sight of food on the sidewalk – whether dropped, fallen, thrown, broken, or blown, the general assumption is that the thing in question has accidentally wound up down there (unless it’s been intentionally … Continue reading
A small bowl of cool romaine and radicchio leaves with a little bit of crumbled feta on a sweltering afternoon.
A batch of fruit, cut up and soaked in a mixture of cognac and sugar for a while before having a bottle of white wine poured over it and drunk in a green, grassy backyard with a bunch of people … Continue reading
A couple of months ago I spent an end-of-summer afternoon at the beach. A sandy beach in Cape Ann, Mass. that has lots of seaweed – the big, ribbony kind that I used to tuck into my bathing … Continue reading
Walking through the grass to cross the small backyard I barely noticed anything at first. But out of the corner of my eye a little red something caught my eye, sitting on the ground next to the wheelbarrow. Being such … Continue reading
It’s smack in the middle of zucchini season, at least here in the Northeast. They’ve been around for at least a few weeks already, but they keep on coming. If you are a member of a CSA, or shop at … Continue reading