First the good eats. We went to the Wayland Winter Market for the first time this season, despite the snow and scored some awesome stuff.
These lovelys are from a new vendor, which we were thrilled to see! We love us some mushrooms, and being to find them locally always makes us happy. These are from Laurelwood Farms in Paxton.
We turn those lovelies into a super dinner of mushroom ragu over fresh ground polenta.
I can’t find the picture of the actual dinner, but it was good. I’ll post a picture with the recipe later this week.
In the meantime, be distracted by our lunch, including cute birdy in the upper left who has discovered, surprisingly, that he likes people food.
The market was also special in that it was a fiber day, and lots of wool vendors were there.
And now to good news! We got on the waiting list for a plot at the Brookline Community Gardens, and actually got a plot this year! We had a choice of 30 x 15 feet or 15 x 15 feet. We (I) opted for the smaller, to get our feet wet in this gardening a larger space thing. So exciting! We are perusing seed catalogs for heirloom varieties that will be interesting to grow. We’ll be posting about our garden adventures from here on, so look out for that.
With that, I leave you. Disjointed post, true, but it could be worse! Cheers!