A Summer Picnic

Saturday, August 01, 2015

As soon as I tasted our naturally fermented pickles made a few weeks ago, I knew we had to put a picnic together.

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Headhouse Market newcomber La Divisa meats made it easy, with a wonderful thinly sliced ham we slathered with Green Aisle Grocery’s horseradish on Ric’s Bread.  And of course there had to be a tomato sandwich.

 

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For dessert, I cooked down a bunch of rhubarb from our garden and made a rhubarb fool.  This was one of those too pretty desserts I had never gotten around to trying.  Definitely worth the minimal effort in the summer - it was cool, slightly tart, and did I mention pretty?

 

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Posted by Donna on 08/01 at 05:22 PM


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