So, we feel like underachievers this week -- it's been a hectic week for both us and the farm share. We got our newsletter from the share explaining that due to a super-heavy rainfall that damaged some crops and other infrastructure at the farm, the share this week would be smaller than expected. I feel like writing a similar newsletter to the blog, explaining that a busy workweek and a very fun visit from Nate's Mum and Dad (hi guys!), we have a smaller blogweek than usual -- but we did ourselves well with two old favorites: lunch at Plum Pomidor, and fantastic sandwiches at JouJou. And we got brave and tried a new place: Aquatalia, an tiny Italian place just down the street. And it was a nice addition to the repertoire!
(Another culprit for the slowdown, it must be said, is that Nate's delicious, delicious moussaka lasted all the week long: I had the last piece tonight, and enjoyed it thoroughly. We still have most of the green beans, 1.5 cucumbers and the collard greens left over -- I will address them tomorrow night, when I get back from Pennsylvania, where I'm checking out a new green building! Or perhaps Nate will -- the poor wuzz is at work tonight, and he'll be back tomorrow morning, hopefully before I leave. Ahhhh, retail. )
In the meantime, here is a picture of a grumpy angel Nate took while we were in Rhode Island.