Your family will thank you for breaking out of that turkey sandwich rut.
I’ve been down in the avocado trenches digging for treasures like this salsa.
So, I stand with one foot in each season, my well-worn flip flops and a bowl of salsa in one hand and my new stacked heeled boots and kabocha squash soup in the other.
August! Really? How did that happen?
Dragging in the suitcases from the car and sifting through the heaps of laundry, I decided to procrastinate just a little and grab my camera and see what was happening in the garden. The laundry can wait! Or maybe not?!?
Edible Santa Barbara is a great resource for all things seasonal– and you know I love that– throughout Santa Barbara County, and I’m excited to be part of the Summer 2012 issue .
Over the weekend, I threw on my big floppy sun hat and got down in the dirt adding more summer fare to our garden.
Call me crazy, but I prefer the taste of the tomatillo salsa made in the molcajete to salsa made in the food processor. You can literally taste the difference. Amazing!
Tomatillo salsa is amazing, but so are the tomatillo plants in my flower arrangements—I love it when you get multiple uses from a simple garden vegetable.