My veggie garden is bursting with tomatoes, cukes, herbs and peppers. I’m slicing the tomatoes and just drizzling with truffle oil and balsamic, or tossing in a salad with the last of the summer lettuce. It, the lettuce, is getting bitter so tomorrow I’ll pull it out. I can still strew some seeds as lettuce is a cool crop and I’ll be able to enjoy another batch. The jalapeños and cubanals are crazy as are both the English and pickling cucumbers. I’m generous in sharing. And, then, the garlic will be ready to pull out of the soil soon. Life is good.
Speaking of good, the Chalkboard Features are right up my alley this week. A Vegetarian Sloppy Joe with Black Beluga Lentils, Carrots, Onion and Garlic on a Grilled Bun; Lake Superior Walleye Topped with a Basil Bread Crumb Served with Polenta and Sweet Green Beans; Hazelnut Crusted Lake Trout with Beet Quinoa Pilaf and a 1# Porterhouse Grilled and Presented with Cauliflower Gruyere Gratin and DJB ZIP Sauce. YUM…
AS ALWAYS WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE BISTRO!!
And, Go Out and Make Everyday a Million Dollar One!