Food Porn

Oh my…..luscious bodies….eager to get my mouth on this!!DSC_0022

 

Or how about these?DSC_0026DSC_0029

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or these? Each of us gets excited by different things. Fresh produce definitely makes me feel…..HEALTHY!DSC_0020

I feel very very fortunate that I went to visit Home Grown Foods in McMinnville the beginning of June,  David Keller-Rode still had room in his CSA so Graham and I joined. For $15 a week we get a LOT of food. This week we received what shows in the photo and some mixed salad greens that are just off to the left. 1 share

The ability to purchase freshly picked ripe produce at an extremely reasonable cost is one HUGE benefit of this time of year. Whether you belong to a Consumer Supported Agriculture endeavor like we do, or make your weekly purchases at your local farmers’ market, you are realizing the benefit of great nutrition at the best prices of the year.

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Amazing what can be done in an urban backyard with determination and a lot of effort. Thanks, David!!

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Home Grown Foods can also be found at the McMinnville’s Thursday Farmers’ market where Alex Freeman’s fermented foods are available; I can attest the sauerkraut and kimchee are fantastic!

 

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About creationsbybg

Beth and Graham met online almost 20 years ago and married in 2007. Planning for retirement has included finding more time to play again and creativity is blooming. Now that we have moved to Oregon our time is split between exploring and creative endeavors. What fun! Following several years enmeshed in the local food movement in West Virginia and active involvement in the establishment and running of a year-round indoor local food market, visiting farms and telling consumers about them is a work of joy.
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6 Responses to Food Porn

  1. These look SO delicious.

  2. Gunta says:

    I’ve been looking for a source of homemade kraut around here. No luck so far.

  3. Dubrovniklady says:

    I love kimchee! You can make your own sauerkraut, it is not difficult.

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