This Week’s Harvest, 9/7: Random Rhubarb
Rhubarb is about the last thing I expect to get in September, and yet here it is. Again. Not that I’m complaining. I can’t decide, though, if I want to bake it into a crumble (maybe with some figs, while they’re here) or use the puff pastry I have lurking in my freezer to fashion some rhubarb turnovers.
I do love me some green beans. I think these will join forces with the tomatoes and some caramelized onions to make a fabulous warm salad.
The zucchini are roasting as
we speak I write, in preparation for a photo shoot of a recipe I’ve been working on. Don’t worry, I’ll be sure to tell you all about it.
Though these are gorgeous, I never know what to do with the grapes in France, since they tend to have several large seeds each. I usually just end up eating them out of hand, at a painstakingly slow rate.
Soup weather is pretty much upon us already here in Paris, so I’ll be simmering up these carrots into a seasonally-appropriate bright orange soup.
And as for the eggs, well, football season is about to start. Maybe I should devil them for the opening weekend party on Sunday.
Originally published on Seasonal Market Menus.