I "retired" from the corporate world a couple of years ago because I wanted to experience a real life after years of 80 hour work weeks and constant travel. A year later I realized that I was having a really good time, was always busy (how did i ever fit in a job??) and needed a creative outlet to share my experiences. Now I split my time between California and New Mexico but, wherever I am, I write about delicious, fresh, local, organic/sustainably grown food.
so happy to announce the return of "summerfest", a collaboration between food network and a group of food bloggers. a specific summer fruit or vegetable is selected each week, and food network chefs and bloggers each contribute a recipe featuring the item. the recipes are shared on foodnetwork.com and all of the blogs so readers have a plethora of options to use up all the delicious summer produce.
this year's schedule is as follows: June:
wanna participate? share your favorite recipe in the comments section of my posts...or link to your blog if you have one. you can do this on all the other participating blogs too. c'mon, the more ideas the better. this is the time to raid the farmers' market, or your csa, or your overflowing garden and overindulge in fresh, local organic or sustainably grown summer produce. on second thought, is it possible to overindulge in this area?