this week's Fresh Stop
- 1 basket of cherry tomatoes
- 1 taxi (yellow) tomato
- 2 green tomatoes
- 3 red tomatoes
- 2 green bell peppers
- 1 hot pepper
- 2 yellow sweet peppers
- 2 sm/med zucchini
- 3 sm/med yellow summer squash
- 5 peaches
- 2 med yellow onions
- 7 ears corn
- 2 romaine lettuce hearts
- 1 bunch of turnip/beet greens
- 1 small bunch of cilantro
- 1 sandwich-bag of basil
...$20. I'm curious to know what this would cost at a grocery store, but not curious enough to do the wandering legwork. Another advantage, here, over supermarket shopping: the CityFresh folk just smile, chat, and hand me my bagfull.
Still finishing up what's left from my last bag, including a giant zucchini I enjoyed baking half of into a bread this morning.
Ever-fresh words from Jack:
We have added a new dimension of happiness when we look for joy equally in the cooking as in the eating. Because life on many days is 90% journey and 10% arrival, deferring joy to outcomes only diminishes our potential by 90%. The choice is ours.
jefe, how far into the fall does this program run? sounds delicious.
-- jonathan (August 29, 2006 10:35 AM)
the quote about the journey is just right. good pickins.
-- Mark (September 1, 2006 10:22 AM)
j-than: I couldn't find that info on their site. I'll ask on Thursday (or sooner.)
-- jeffschuler (September 1, 2006 2:19 PM)