Wednesday, June 18, 2008

We love Indy in the springtime

So summer is just around the corner, but those drenching rains have kept spring's harvest in the fields a few extra weeks. Now more than ever, we're hungry for the greens (and yellows, purples, reds, and whites) that good ol' Indiana soil produces, all thanks to the farmers who've labored through this ravaging rainy season.

For a rainbow of all-natural, Hoosier-grown veg, stop by the Goose's produce stand for local beets, tomatoes (salmonella-free, thank you very much), leeks, turnips, summer squash in two colors, sugar snap peas, strawberries, currants, field greens, and more.

Like Lori said, "It's almost enough to make you want to be a vegetarian."

Well, almost... didn't we mention our foie gras-stuffed pig's ear?

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