Not what we have but what we enjoy constitutes abundance. – Epicurus
Abundance. Our garden is full, full of fresh herbs and sprouting produce, full of life, some with intention and some without, from a nice symmetrical rosemary bush to tangled and uncontrolled purslane; its stretching way beyond its boundaries and starting too look more similar to dreadlocks than a neat and organized urban garden. But this is all typical for August and for us. We start off the summer so motivated and then loose a little interest, letting things overgrow. I think subconsciously, we even like it best this way. Sometimes life is just better a little on the fly, a little overgrown and wild. We’ll enjoy it’s abundance this month and enjoy the beauty of its tangles.
Here are a few ideas of what to do with this season’s produce:
Summer Squash Pizza by me, VintageMixer on Instagram
Jerusalem Salad by Project Domestication on Instagram. Follow her blog at ProjectDomestication.blogspot.com
Pan seared cauliflower steak over sautéed chard with roasted red pepper cashew sauce by Project Domestication on Instagram. Follow her blog at ProjectDomestication.blogspot.com
Cherry Hazelnut Galette by me, VintageMixer on Instagram
Strawberry Blueberry Juice by SoulFoodLiving on Instagram. Follow her blog at SoulFoodLiving.com
A urban garden’s harvest by CompleteDelish on Instagram. Follow her blog at CompletelyDelicious.com
Follow the hashtag #EatSEasonalVM on Instagram for more fresh recipe ideas. And you don’t have to be a blogger to participate! Simply, tag your instagram photo with #EatSeasonalVM!
And one last thing… here’s a image for your cell phone this month:
No listed produce on the phone wallpaper? 🙁
I’m working towards that! Next month, I promise! Thanks Andy!
Love the quote!
Lovely photo. Thanks for including my instagram pic!
Of course! Thanks for posting on the hashtag!!
Love this photo and can’t wait for tomatoes and peaches!
Thanks for including me in your roundup. I am having so much fun with the new hashtag. It’s so fun to follow everyone’s seasonal eats.
Great writing in this post, Becky! 🙂
Thanks friend!! I’m so grateful to have someone else in our little community interested in eating fresh! I love all that you are doing with La Nay Ferme produce!