See? Getting a farm share is fun!
After marinating some mozzarella in remaining pesto I sliced up some of the farm tomatoes and red onion. I threw it all onto last week's lettuce which had held up remarkably well.
I had some honey balsamic dressing in the fridge so, the other day, I cut up a chicken and marinated it in the dressing. After 48 hours it was ready to grill. I marked it up then tossed it to the side of the grill to slowly cook while I picked up Jen from the train station.
To accompany it I made a slaw out of the farm cabbage, red onion, carrot, cider vinegar, whole grain mustard, hot sauce, salt, and pepper. I also used up the bag of cherries that has been in the fridge for over two weeks. Surprisingly not a single cherry had rotted, but in order to avoid that eventuality I turned them into a relish with some of the farm peaches, farm red onion, orange zest, balsamic vinegar, cayenne, salt, and cloves.
For beer we had this hefeweizen from Widmer Brothers Brewing in Portland, Oregon. This was a pretty good hefeweizen but I was a little bothered by the label. There is a quote on the label that reads:
The thing is it's the Widmer Brothers not the Widmer Brother. Shouldn't the quote read the following?
For some reason this really bothers me. It bothers me to the point that I'm afraid I did not receive the full enjoyment out of this beer that I would have otherwise.
I revel in being annoyed by the lilliputian.