Filipino food and fresh madeleines for lunch…not too shabby

Thanks again Moxsie for making lunch something special today! I’ve been looking forward to lunch today as soon as I was finished with my KungFu Tacos Roasted duck taco last Friday. I needed more Street Eats STAT! And today did not disappoint.

Today Sofie and I enjoyed some amazing Chicken AdobeHobo over rice (A traditional Filipino dish) from AdoboHobo. The flavors were deep and super tasty and the chicken just melted in your mouth. Total comfort food, perfect for the slightly chilly day. They were also serving Sisig Tacos (pork sisig topped with fresh jalapenos, onions, crema and pork chicharon) that looked fantastic. I would have gotten an order of them as well if I could have carried all of it home. Unfortunately, with sweet Sofie with me I only have on hand free to cart food home. In hindsight, I should have gotten them to give me a double order of the Chicken AdobeHobo and rice in one bowl… then I could have take home more. What we did bring home didn’t last long between the 2 of us. 

IMG_0393We also spent a few minutes taking in the staggering number of choices from Mad4Madeleines. Even though I was already carrying some goodness from AdobeHobo, the madeleines were prepackaged so I could just plop them in my bag. The had madeleines ranging from chocolate to cinnamon to strawberry guava to organic blue agave cornbread! It was pretty incredible. It was $3 for a pack of 3 and $5 for 2 packs of 3. How could I not get 2 packs? I had to try at least 2 flavors! Yes, even though Sofie is allergic to eggs and thus they would all be just for me. I went with chocolate and cinnamon. And let me tell you…they are quite delightful. They were both very airy and light, much lighter than what I expected (probably why I was able to eat more than 3 in one sitting…I won’t say how many more). The cinnamon ones had a great cinnamon scent and flavor and a great texture to the cake. But the chocolate were my favorite, a rich deep chocolate flavor delivered in the gentlest way by moist, fluffy cake. Love them.

PizzaHacker was also there rolling out dough and firing up pizzas right on the spot. They had a cooler full of fresh toppings and a row of basil plants sitting behind them waiting for leaves to be plucked to adore the pizzas. It was pretty cool. I would have loved to have tried one but Sofie was pretty hungry and not in the mood to wait (plus I could only carry so much food) so we’ll have to wait till next time. 

Thanks all for coming to Palo Alto and making my Friday extra awesome.

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May 21, 2010 at 6:07 pm Leave a comment

What a week – my inner foodie is content (for the moment)

Since we moved to Palo Alto I have found myself wanting in the food discovery and enjoyment department. Don’t get me wrong, we have had some great food and the local produce and farmer’s markets are amazing. But yet, something has been missing. Between not knowing too many people here, my husband’s current diet (he’s opting for a mostly vegetarian, low/no-fat diet) and just settling in and getting the lay of the land I haven’t stumbled on any really great-get-giddy-excited eateries. I also miss our favorite go tos back home (in particular Italian food).

But that all changed this week. My family was in town visiting giving me a reason (and company) to hit the streets and try out some new places. I also finally figured out why there is a different truck serving food to long lines just down the street from us every week – THANK YOU Moxie. Great discoveries happened and my inner foodie is finally content for the time being. Read on for more details…

The Ferry Building Marketplace
A must visit for for anyone who likes to eat. We’ve been meaning to hit the Ferry Building for a while now, but only just made it this Tuesday while my family was visiting. And if we were to move out of Palo Alto, we may have to move within walking distance of this place. The long corridor is lined with amazing shops selling every kind of fresh and prepared food imaginable from mushrooms to local organic meat to seafood to sweet baked goods to fresh local produce. There were also a number of places selling interesting housewares. I think we’ll be going back for some new plates and bowls. All of this with a focus on local and sustainable products. I was in heaven and wanted to buy everything. The environment was just really nice and inviting as well. You wanted to spend hours there looking through all the shops, and when you tired of that you could grab a snack or a coffee and head outside to find a seat by the water. It was calm and peaceful (Note: we were there on a Tuesday, I imagine it could get quite a bit more congested). We will be back many times and I’ll share more details as we do. In the meantime, read up on our favorite find of our first trip there – Boccalone. 

Boccalone – Tasty Salted Pig Parts
Need I say anymore? We first heard of Boccalone from the Food Network on an episode of “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” when someone went to his place and spoke about the amazing cured meats you could get, including a meat cone, which I have now had the pleasure of experiencing first hand. For $3.50 you can get a paper cone filled with uber delicious meat. It is fun and a really great way to sample their offerings so you can decide what to take home with you. They start with sustainably-raised, heritage-breed pork and create amazing salumi (cured meats, fresh sausages and items like pate and mortadella). I sampled the Mortadella, Prosciutto Cotto and Lonza in my meat cone. All super delicious. I always love Mortadella and cannot wait to go back and try a Mortadella hot dog! My favorite was the Prosciutto Cotto though. It was really meaty and had great flavor and texture. It would be fantastic in a sandwich or cooked in an omelet or some pasta. If there wasn’t such a huge line behind Jeromy (who had already paid) I would have bought some to take home. We did take home a few varieties of salame, some pancetta and Italian sausages. We grilled up the sausages on Tuesday, right before my siblings left for Boston, and WOW were they good. The best Italian sausages I have ever had. Next time we go to Boccalone we’re brining a cooler to fill up!

See’s Candies – Limited Edition: Strawberry Truffle
My brother was shopping around for treats to bring back to his clothing and accessories shop, Uncle Pete’s in Boston, since he had been gone all week. He went into the See’s Candies shop at the Stanford Mall and they offered him a free sample of their limited edition Strawberry Truffle. He left with a box to bring back to Boston. He raved about them so much when he got back to our place that he and my sister made another trip back and brought some home for us to try. And I have to say, they are something special. I wish I had one right now. They are strawberry truffles covered in white chocolate and shaped like hearts. The really amazing thing is how the filling tastes so much like just picked perfectly sweet strawberries. It brings back memories of pick strawberries right off the plant and eating them still warm from the sun. If you are near a shop that sells the truffles you MUST try them. I’m not sure how long they will be around, so hurry! Update: I went to get some more this weekend and was sadly informed that last Friday was the last day for them. I was actually really pretty bummed. They said if enough people loved it they made add it to their regular options! So let them know they should bring it back. Though I wonder if they will be as good all year round, versus in strawberry season.

Hong Kong Bistro
Being from Macau, I took my family to Castro Street in Mountain View (one town over from Palo Alto) to explore the Asian restaurants and hit up the Hong Kong Bakery and Asian market. The restaurant we were planning on going to wasn’t open, nor was the bakery. We weren’t really off to a great start. After a little shopping at the market we walked back toward the car trying to find a place for lunch. I had seen the “Hong Kong Bistro” last time I was on Castro and had wanted to check it out. So we popped in and they immediately greeted us in Cantonese! A nice surprise, especially since we’re muts and people tend to think we don’t speak Chinese. We were definitely eating there after that. They were super busy but made space for us in the back. The service is efficient (very much like Macau). The food, while many may not thing it is all that, was amazing to us since they had many dishes hard to find outside of Macau or Hong Kong. We were like kids in a candy store wanting to order everything. They even had Milk Tea the way they make it in Macau. YUM! One of my favorite things in the world. They had dishes like Baked Pork Chops with rice or noodles, Portuguese Chicken (the only times I have had it other than in Macau is when I make it – with my made up recipe) and noodles in soup. If you were in Macau or Hong Kong, the quality probably would not be good enough to keep their doors open….but for here…this nostalgic food is very very welcome.

Moxsie’s Street Eats, Kung Fu Tacos and Simply Mochi
For a few weeks now ever so often there would be a different Street Food Vendor (Truck) parked in a little parking lot in front of a pretty nondescript building just steps away from our house. I didn’t pay enough attention to determine if there was any regularity to it but did notice there was always a sign (in addition to long lines) outside referring to food and fashion. Today I finally remembered the name and looked it up. MOXSIE, an online fashion retailer focusing on independent designers, giving back and customer service, happens to be made up of a bunch of foodies. And so started Moxsie’s Street Eats. They invite various street food vendors to park in their lot for a couple hours (11:30-1:30pm) every Friday to serve up their specialties to Moxsie’s employees and anyone else in the area! And lucky for me, I live just a few steps away!! It was only 12:30pm when I realized I too could part take in the offering. I still had time. I got Sofie in her stroller and we walked over. Today, KungFu Tacos was there with Simply Mochi offering dessert. IMG_0391

I ordered a Roast Duck taco and hurried home to try it. It was beyond good. Even though I love mango I am normally not a fan of it as a salsa, but it was something special on this taco. The combination was a lovely warm savory richness with a just right sweet, cool, freshness from the salsa. I’m already wondering when they will be back! I want more tacos!! I was also hoping to try one of every mochi they had, but unfortunately they were sold out. I did get to speak with Linda, the super nice, all smiles, owner of Simply Mochi, and she told me they deliver to Palo Alto! Yay! And strawberry is the current seasonal flavor. Yum. I also asked about the use of egg, and only the lemon curd one has egg in it. Good news for Sofie. I am sure she will love them and it is always more fun when we get to share.

May 14, 2010 at 7:02 pm Leave a comment

Well overdue…

We have moved from the Boston area (Newton) to Palo Alto, California. The move and life in general has kept me so busy that my poor blog has suffered from total abandonment the last few months. And it is so ironic because there has been so so much to write about and share…that pesky thing called time just seemed to keep eluding me.

Moving and settling in across the country is quite a lengthy and laborious task. But we have made a lot of progress since we moved here the very beginning of January 2010. I finally think I may be able to sneak away for a few minutes here and there to share some our adventures here on the West Coast. 

Our new home, Palo Alto is about 30 minutes south of San Francisco and is home to Stanford University, a number of high tech companies such as Facebook and Hewlett-Packard and some of the best public schools around. We actually live right in downtown Palo Alto, which is a very vibrant and walkable area with tons of shops, eateries and parks. Part of our criteria for picking where we would live was being able to walk to a farmer’s market, and we now live a mere 0.6 miles from one in Palo Alto. Yay!

If you had read my blog before this move you would have noticed I was trying to build a reference of great local products and companies that I found while trying to be a better localvore (where it made sense). It was called Newton 100. Well, I have removed that section from my blog since, well, we’re not in Newton anymore and honestly there is almost no point in having such a reference here since it is like being in a candy store for anyone who wants great local produce and products. In fact, almost every other yard had some kind of citrus tree growing in it (even tiny yards!) – you can’t get more local than that! And since we moved here in January, all of these citrus trees have been green with gorgeous fruit dangling from them. I am a bit in awe. So much so that I have caught the bug and am in the process of squeezing as many edible (but easy to take care of and perennial) plants in our little garden as possible. We’re in the middle of a landscaping project to make our yard more functional for our family and I figure, if you’re going to plant something, why not have it be edible? You can grow so much here, there are so many fun choices that will provide great treats to eat, a fun experience for us (especially our daughter) and make the garden look great. I find myself getting a little giddy thinking about it. I’ll be sure to blog about the landscaping project and show you pictures of the end result.

In addition to the great produce (and year long farmers markets) we have found a number of local gems that I’ll write more about like Straus Family Dairy and 18 Rabbits Granola bars. 

Lots to love here but there are certainly things I miss quite a bit. Immediately you miss family and friends when you move somewhere without the same network. But then…other things creep up. For instance, I miss really great maple syrup! The best ones at whole foods here all come from Vermont (no real local options that I have found) and but the selection isn’t great. New England decided to keep all the good stuff to themselves. I miss the fantastic maple syrup we could buy through our CSA last summer that came from New Hampshire. Just a couple weeks ago I realized there is a huge gap in the availability of great Italian food (I haven’t had a sausage and peppers sub since I left Boston) and bakeries here. I am compensating by enjoying lots of Mexican hot chocolate…and I have asked my sister to bring me some Italian cookies from Boston when she comes to visit in a couple weeks!

Well, that is the update for now. More to come soon.

April 22, 2010 at 7:24 pm Leave a comment

Baked Delicata Squash Steak Fries

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A couple weeks ago we got some delicata squash from our CSA share. Neither of us had ever heard of it before, so they went straight into our basement refrigerator to wait for us to figure out what to do with them. Last Friday I decided it was time to try. I did an online search for recipes and stumbled across this recipe that bakes slivers of squash so they come out like steak fries (but better!).

I adapted the recipe a little by using olive oil instead of non-stick spray, since non-stick spray scares me. The results was better than I could have imagined. They are addictive. So much so that they were gone before I got to take a photo. We made them again last night and I managed to snap a couple to share with you.

Below is my adaptation of the recipe.

Baked Delicata Squash Steak Fries

Ingredients

1 Delicata Squash
Olive oil
Salt

Directions

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Cut the squash in half lengthwise and clean out the seeds with a spoon. Cut into long steak fry strips leaving the skin intact. They are surprisingly hard to cut through, so be careful.

Toss the squash strips with a little olive oil (just to coat lightly) and sprinkle with salt.

Bake for about 30 minutes turning once half way through.

Original recipe: http://greenlitebites.com/2007/11/15/delicata-steak-fries/

October 18, 2009 at 8:13 am 3 comments

5 days in Manhattan with a toddler

We finally made it back to spend a few days in New York last week – and oh have I missed it. We were last here 16 months ago when Sofie was only 4 months old. Now she is 20 months old, walking, talking and able to experience the city more. We had a wonderful time seeing friends, eating amazing food and going for numerous strolls to take everything in, especially buses, which is a current favorite of Sofie’s. We even spent some time at the very fun FAO Schwartz. Did you know you can make your own muppet there? It took all my will power to not get one for myself. We managed to leave with just one purchase, an Ugly Doll for Sofie, she picked Wedgehead.

I thought I’d share the great hotel we stayed at and, as expected in NY, all the really great food we enjoyed.

A great place to stay: The Alex Hotel

For this trip we sought out a hotel suite with a kitchenette. It was important to us to have food and milk on hand for Sofie given she eats 5 times a day and especially since we often need to bring food with us when we go out to eat given her allergies to eggs and peanuts. It was more difficult that we expected to fine a hotel that met our needs and wasn’t $1000 plus a night. We almost thought we’d have to scrap the trip till a friend finally suggested The Alex Hotel. The hotel was perfect for us. It is still on the pricey side but I think well worth the money for the location and to have a nice suite, a kitchen with a fridge, dishwasher, stove top and dishes.  They actually upgraded us, which I think gave us a larger office area. The staff is extremely pleasant and helpful. I have lost count of the times they held doors open for us over our stay – very handy when you have a child in a stroller or ergo. The location is also great because it is a little quieter here than other places like Times Square or anywhere closer to 6th and 7th Avenue. Yet, it is still very easy to get to anything you’d like, for instance, we had a very pleasant walk over to Central Park to meet Jeromy  It is also close to Grand Central making the subway to anywhere easy. I will try to post another entry just on the hotel with photos of our room and tips on what you’ll want to bring or buy when you get here for kitchen supplies (if you are interested before I’ve posted add a comment and I’ll get back to you).

Great places to eat (or take out from)

After seeking out various dining options nearby we discovered we were even luckier than we thought to be staying at The Alex. We had only been here a few days but had already stumbled across some spectacular eating – and more importantly, eating that was good as take out! Unless we manage to have an early dinner with Sofie, typically we still have dinner after she goes to bed. So delivery or close take out is crucial to use since we are hotel bound for the evening once she goes down at 7pm. No worries in this area though!

Udon West – Great Japanese noodle and rice place.  No sushi. Good for take out or table service.
150 East 46th St (between 3rd and Lexington)
I had passed by this place earlier while taking a stroll with Sofie. It caught my interest immediately but the entrance is a few steps down and I had Sofie in her stroller so I didn’t bother trying to go in to ask for a take out menu. Later that night when Jeromy and I were debating what to do for dinner I was excited to try the noodle shop. timing actually worked out since I fed Sofie her dinner at her usual time and we still had plenty of time to go out for a stroll and to pick up dinner. Once I got my hands on the menu it was hard to decide what to try. I ended up with the Katsu Don & Udon combination and it blew me away. It tasted really great, but it was extra special because it reminded me of food I used to eat as a child overseas and I don’t get that feeling very often.

Bayan Cafe – A very small, nondescript Filipino Restaurant
Not sure of their exact address, but they are on the south side of east 45th between 2nd and 3rd avenue.
This place has a small, easy to miss store front.  But something about it called out to me. After walking by it a couple times I stopped in to grab a takeout menu. At that point I didn’t even know what kind of cuisine they served! There was a man taking a break on the front steps and he immediately got up to open the door for me (I had Sofie in the ergo). As soon as the door opened I was treated to a wonderful array of smells and I knew then that the food had to be good. I took a menu and the gentleman outside popped up to open the door for me again. We finally decided to try them Sunday night. I had never ordered from a Filipino restaurant and wasn’t sure what to get. So I ordered two things just in case one was a dud – BBQ pork belly and escabeche. They were both amazing, very different from what we usually eat which made them all the better. It was a real treat. It was also nice that everyone in the place seemed really nice and to really care about the food they were putting out. Gotta love it.

Darbar – Indian Restaurant
154 E. 46th St (between 3rd and Lexington)
I was in the mood for japanese noodles when we went to Udon West. Jeromy wanted something else, so he went looking for options as I waited with Sofie for my order. He came back a few minutes later saying he had just ordered from the Indian place next door. We went there after I got my food to wait for his. The staff was pleasant and the ambiance was nice. It might have been a little too quiet to take Sofie there to sit down for a meal, but take out worked well. It took a good 10-15 minutes but I never have a problem with that since it means they are actually cooking you food versus dished it out of pre-made tubs. Jeromy was very pleased with his order, though it was a little on the heavy side for him. I took a bite and thought it had a great depth of flavor. I think I’ll do take out from them tonight and Jeromy will probably get noodles from Udon West which is right next door. I’ll update this entry after trying more of their food. The garlic naan is calling me! UPDATE: I did get take out from them, chicken korma. It was pretty good, not the best I’ve had but it hit the spot.

Amish Market – high end grocery store with lots of organic options and prepared foods
240 E. 45th (between 2nd and 3rd Aves)
The market is across the street and a few doors down from The Alex Hotel. We went there for the first time almost immediately after we arrived at the hotel to stock up on drinks, snacks and food for Sofie’s meals. We were wide-eyed as we tried to take in the massive array of high end food options they managed to squeeze in. We found everything we needed and much more. We had fun and could have spent a lot more time and money there if we hadn’t just come off a 4 hour drive. We’ve been back a few times already for odds and ends, always leaving with a little more than we needed.

Brooklyn Diner in Times Square – has a nice diner menu, plus a few healthier options too!
I had been to the other Brooklyn diner location and loved it. The Times Square location was only about a mile away from our hotel so we decided to go there for Sunday brunch with our friend Vinette who had come up from DC to visit with us for the weekend. While the food at both locations is good, the Times Square location has a back section that was perfect for kids since, well, it was in the back and with the way it was laid out there was more room. It can get extra stressful eating out with a toddler in cramped spaces. They also had paper on the table so it was perfect for Sofie to color on.

Sarabeth’s at Central Park – gourmet menu, super delicious food, nice atmosphere
40 Central Park South (across from Central Park, between 5th and 6th Aves)
Eating at Sarabeth’s for lunch was a real treat. We decided to go there on a whim while looking around for somewhere for lunch. Jeromy spotted it as we walked along side Central Park and we decided to try it since my friend, Ernie, had suggested it for brunch over the weekend. I’m so glad we did. In addition to the wonderfully decadent menu, the atmosphere was very calm and serene. You just felt like you were going to be pampered there. They kindly sat us in a back corner so we had a little more space for Sofie. I ordered the crab cake sandwich, which was probably one of the best crab cakes I have every had. It was seriously almost 100% crab, and really fresh delicious crab. Jeromy raved about his tuna nicoise salad. I had a bite of the tuna and it was indeed very good. They did not have a children’s menu so we ordered a bunless hamburger for Sofie, unfortunately after only a couple bits of burger she decided she would rather just eat french fries. Sigh. At least she ate some grapes while we waited for our food. A meal of fries here and there won’t kill her…and these were pretty good fries. Sarabeth’s is well-known for baked goods and jams so I couldn’t resist getting a couple jars of jam as we left, Plum Cherry and Strawberry Rhubarb. I can’t wait to try them and hope to find time to post a blog entry on them as well. Sarabeth’s is a bit farther from The Alex Hotel, but we still walked there and back. All the walking helps me feel a little less guilty about all the treats I’ve been consuming this visit.

Chelsea Market – foodie nirvana
75 9th Avenue (Between 15th and 16th Streets)
Now, it is pretty far from the hotel. We walked there, and it was a really long walk. I was glad to take a cab back to our hotel afterwards. But whether you walk, take a cab or the subway if you consider yourself any kind of foodie you need to pay Chelsea Market a visit. It was particularly crowded when we went due to a number of New York Food Festival events going on at the venue. But that just added to the experience. It is basically an indoor mall of food establishments ranging from cupcake shops and bakeries, to Thai food, to small sit down restaurants serving organic fair to gourmet groceries stores. Along the corridor of shops there are also a number of tables and benches perfect to take a break at to eat a delicious bite. Upstairs happens to be home of the Food Network, so there is the added allure of potentially seeing a celebrity chef. We didn’t see any when we were there, but that just would have been a fun add on. The market itself was enough for us.

October 18, 2009 at 7:47 am Leave a comment

Baked kale chips

I have been wanting to try to make these ever since a friend mentioned how yummy they were. They seemed very intriguing to me.

Last night we finally got around to trying to make a batch with the flat leaf kale we got from our farm this week. And I have to say, they are delicious, and just plain fun.

We found a few recipes online and then came up with our own below. There are no amounts since you can use however much kale you want to eat and just coat with the oil and salt accordingly. Very easy. Enjoy!

Baked Kale Chips

Ingredients

Flat leaf kale (cleaned and dried)
Garlic salt
Olive oil

Directions

Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees.

Remove stalks from kale. Cut leaves into approximately 1 – 1.5 inch shapes (bite/chip size). Toss kale in a bowl with a little olive oil to coat lightly. Add a little garlic salt and toss again to coat. Lay out in a single layer on a non-stick baking sheet and bake for about 4 minutes. Watch them closely as they go from done to burnt very quickly.

Remove from baking sheet an enjoy!

October 18, 2009 at 7:22 am Leave a comment

CSA Share – Weeks 14, 15 and 16

Week 14 – A selection from: Carrots, Shallots, Zucchini, Summer Squash, Cucumbers, Potatoes, Bok Choy, Tatsoi, Kale, Corn, Varieties of Eggplant, Lettuce, Peppers, Tomatoes. PYO: Perennial herbs and flowers, Parsley, Varieties of basil, Hot peppers, String Beans, Husk cherries, Tomatillos, Raspberries.

Week 15 – A selection from: Carrots, Cucumbers, Potatoes, Bok Choy, Kale, Lettuce, Peppers, Radishes. PYO: Perennial herbs and flowers, Parsley, Varieties of basil, Hot peppers, String Beans, Husk cherries, Tomatillos, Raspberries.

Week 16 – We got to chose 9 out of the following: Carrots, Leeks, Potatoes, Bok Choy, Kale, Lettuce, Peppers, Radishes, Arugula, Salad greens, Collards, Varieties of eggplant, Salad turnips, Swiss Chard, Fennel, Kohlrabi, Broccoli raab. PYO: Perennial herbs and flowers, Parsley, Hot peppers, Husk cherries, Tomatillos, Raspberries.

It was my turn to pick up the 2 shares yesterday and …wow…did we get a lot this week. We got to chose 9 items and many were very voluminous, like the swiss chard, lettuce and salad greens. I actually had to opt to get something more compact for our last item as my 2 bags were overflowing, and I already had two extra plastic bags full of salad greens and arugula that wouldn’t fit in.

All in all, it may have been the most perfect day to be there. It wasn’t too hot or crowded. It was abundantly clear that everyone there was happy and really wanted to be there. I spent a few minutes talking to one of the farmer’s about the fish CSA and how to deal with/avoid filleting fish. There were kids playing with each other in various spots but not going too crazy. In fact, I left Sofie with 2 little girls playing in the grass while I brought our veggies to the car, she was enthralled with them. We even had a very lovely serenade of classical music as we picked raspberries – one of the farmer’s sons was there with his cello. Sofie even took a break from demanding husk cherries and raspberries to pick some flowers to put in her pint container. The whole experience yesterday was actually kind of magical.

I just popped a pot of Guinness beef stew in the oven. It is full of farm fresh goodness – carrots, parsnips, onion, potatos, parsley, thyme. I only needed the beef, some celery, mushrooms from the store…well, and the Guinness. I’m excited to taste it later tonight. Hopefully I will pause long enough to remember to take a photo to post here. I also plan to have some with the Irish Brown Bread I baked yesterday. Yum.

Our farm: Waltham Fields Community Farm in Waltham, MA

September 23, 2009 at 2:51 pm Leave a comment

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