Tag Archives: seasonal eating

November Fruit Find: Satsumas

Let’s face it.  Locally grown fruit is one of the harder things to find in Houston’s farmer’s markets.  I check the harvest calendar periodically to see what I should be looking for, and November lists fruits like apples, pears, persimmons, figs, and melons.  … Continue reading

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A Very Dangerous Mayo

Mayonnaise is one of the condiments that I can usually pass up.  I like it okay but I usually won’t take the time to take it out of the fridge to add to a sandwich (B.L.T.s being the exception).  But, being a … Continue reading

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A Simple, Rustic Lunch

My CSA‘s fall season begins in October, so off-season I have to visit farmer’s markets or, my new favorite, visit the very farm itself.  Simply delicious This morning, two of my girls and I took off for All We Need … Continue reading

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Why I am a Pretend Farmer, and Not a Real One

I am not a farmer.  I tried to be one once, and I failed.  But that’s okay, because I found a way to be a pretend farmer.  My passion for -cide free food started small, just as small as the little … Continue reading

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