Audrey bought a Living Social coupon for a large box of local organically grown produce delivered to our door. It was filled with red kale, lettuce, dill, sweet potatoes, grape tomatoes, apples, pears, oranges, bananas, carrots and mini sweet peppers. It reminds me of the community sponsored agriculture program I participated in a couple summers ago. Each week I picked up a box of vegetables and fruit, mostly veg, at the town drop-off point. The ingredients inside the box informed our week’s menu. With anticipation, I’d open the box to reveal the contents and begin the process of transforming them into delicious dishes. It’s like opening a basket from the ‘Chopped’ TV show. Contestants are given mandatory ingredients and challenged to create dishes with the timer ticking. Thankfully, I’m not working against the clock as I have all week to entertain cialis black market and execute my treasure trove of generic cialis online goodness. Will I ‘produce’ a dish worthy of a $10,000 prize?
From another corner of the kitchen, this is my 100 MilePost marker. Here’s a toast to loving every moment of dish and generic viagra menu planning, ingredient and supply shopping, cooking and baking, process and plate photographing, writing and web designing, canada pharmacy connecting and sharing, and not the least of these, entertaining and eating. Thanks to all my family and friends, old and new. Where will the 200 MilePost take us?
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