Thursday, August 11, 2011

Food, on tables and paper

Last night we had my sister-in-law and her (dare I say it... what the heck, she doesn't read this...) boyfriend over for dinner, and we had the best time laughing around our new table. I had a couple of issues of Food and Wine sitting around unopened, and upon finally reading them found myself incredibly inspired by the August issue, which focuses quite a bit on local produce and regional food customs. Here's what we ate (and nope, I was having way too much fun to get out the camera):

I picked up most of the ingredients for dinner over at Eastern Market, my very-favorite thing about my neighborhood. Speaking of Eastern Market, it serves as the inspiration for today's guest-post over at Oh So Beautiful Paper. I have market and food prints from Seattle, California, Knoxville, and more, so come on over and check them out!

Produce notecards from Yee Haw Industries


  1. I just bookmarked most of those recipes! And I'm your partner on the dill boat... I LOVE DILL. Everything sounds delicious.

  2. Mmmmmmm, six months til I can eat swordfish. Are you surprised that I am already plotting my I'm-not-preggo dinner already?

    I want to eat your entire menu many times over, friend. Also, you know how I adore everything that Yee Haw does!


  3. wow that cucumber is a great idea!!

  4. Faithful Reader: The crisp is indeed delicious. I really wake up thinking about it sometimes. So delicious even that one might overlook the terrifying and inaugural use of the term boyfriend. (It's only been since April! I barely know him! Etc. Etc.)


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