2 dozen eggs
half gallon of cream
half gallon of milk (we normally buy gallons, but we just haven’t been going through it as quickly. I use milk that’s gone off for cooking, but I can only go through that so fast, too)
2 pounds of ground beef
bulk pork sausage
swiss, sharp cheddar, and marbled colby
2 heads of gorgeous green leaf lettuce
2 green peppers
our CSA chicken
strawberries (I finally worked up the courage to ask him if they spray. “We haven’t yet, and we’re going to try not to.” Good enough for me.)
pak choi (which I’ve never tried, but this summer, I want to start trying to eat new things. After all, I converted to collards)
There were strawberries all over the market. Two weeks ago, one stand had them; this morning, half a dozen stands did. There were greens all over the place, too. No asparagus, that I saw – I should call my mom and see how hers is doing.
It should be a delicious couple of weeks. I’m getting impatient for the good stuff of summer – once the weather warms up, all I want is corn and peaches, in quantity. I’m trying to remind myself to be patient and enjoy what’s in season now, with mixed success.