The Arcata Farmers Market is in full swing this month, bringing beautiful, organic produce from farms and farmers all over the north coast.
Ever had a tayberry? Fresh from yesterday's market, these are a luscious cross between a blackberry and a raspberry.
Since I don't seem to have much luck growing them in my foggy garden, I rely on inland truck farmers to keep me supplied with all kinds of summer squashes.
Ahhh, Claudia's garlic! These are a variety called China Rose and it doesn't get much better than this.
Claudia also grows and packages herb blends such as the one I posted here, as well as lots of other produce on her Orleans ranch.
I know that fava beans made their rounds on many food blogs earlier this spring but we live in northern climes and the favas are just coming in from the truck gardens these days. I really have got to plant some this fall. They make a great cover crop as well as being plain delicious.
That's it for now. I've got enough veggies to keep me busy cooking for a few days. Posts coming.
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