Moving from Chicago to Boston meant an adjustment in many things including weather, accents, lack of taquerias, and timing of produce.
Working as a farmer's market assistant for Stillman's meant a weekly peek at the lastest and greatest produce offerings.
Each week new vegetables and fruits would appear. Some berries arrived in limited quantities one week yet the following week tables would be overflowing.
Squash, beans and peas by the bushel.
Tomatoes and blueberries await a new home.
Cute boxes of sun gold tomatoes mean summer.