heirloom carrot

Well, If you have thawed out enough to get to the market I’ll have some tasty hot soup waiting to warm you up during these chilly nights. Even the vegetables have had to toughen up during this cold spell! I’ve noticed the kale and chard has become a lot heartier and the root vegetables have aquired a thicker skin as well…those veggies, they are so smart! Im headed out to a farm off of Old Creek Road near Cayucos to see if I can get a couple hundred pounds of Butternut squash for Thursday and Friday’s soups but its possible that they may have froze during these 20 degree nights so be sure to check back for updates in case I have to make any changes.

Monday in Baywood: Green Minestrone Gnocchi and Split Pea

Thusday in Morro Bay and Friday in Cambira: Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Butternut Apple

I look forward to seeing you all and don’t forget your jars!


One response to this post.

  1. Your up dates are so great. But I always get a bit confused about what soups are where. Maybe you could say in cambria January 18th.. And we would know we were looking at the soup for that day. Your a jewel. Laylon


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