Hot Harvest Nights: Almost End of Season

Sometimes, a vendor at Hot Harvest Nights takes  the selling of simple, fresh produce and elevates it into, well, art.

Case in point:  these boxes of berries perfectly arranged on a tablecloth of royal blue.  Eye popping and stunning.  The berries were awesome, too.

Bought some vegetables and made a soup recipe out of my ancient Enchanted Broccoli Forest cookbook  by Mollie Katzen of The Moosewood Cookbook fame.  (Which reminds me, my cookbook library is  in need of an update so if you have a fave, please leave a comment or shoot me an email)

Then I saw a recipe I’d forgotton about and made a list for next week’s Hot Harvest Nights and realized…we have only two more farmer’s markets to enjoy before it ends September 15th!

 

 

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  1. Linda says:

    Love the “Enchanted Broccoli Forest,” a true classic of a cookbook! I recommend “The Art of SImple Cooking” by Alice Waters if you’re in the market for a new cookbook. It was published just a few years ago and is great.I will be making the ratatouille recipe from the book with produce I purchased tonight at the SC Farmer’s Market.

  2. Bob Farkas says:

    I was surprised Hot Harvest nights was not operating on 9/1. It will have 2 more sessions?

    • debramonroe says:

      Sorry for any confusion, Bob…it was most definitely up and running 9/1…I just happened to shop early and then come home and post about that day’s event. So it’s two more sessions. Didn’t realize how much my Thursday dinner routine had come to depend on shopping at Hot Harvest.

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