I blame the time change. Last week we had a bit of a mishap and didn't get our share on Tuesday. It's too dark to think!
Fortunately the Saint Stephen's indoor market, which is conveniently nearby, opened for the season on Wednesday. I scored some crunchy Stayman apples, a fresh head of lettuce, and a dark, leafy bunch of kale.
I needed something healthy to bring with the chicken and biscuits I delivered to Shannon (which was partially a plot to visit baby Paige), and I made them a simple salad with pistachios and feta.
The kale was shredded and dressed to make another kale salad. Lyndsey and I consumed it with our carbo-loading meal of chicken pesto meatballs and pasta the night before the half marathon.
Speaking of pasta, I made a new pasta dish earlier in the week with cabbage and speck (smoked prosciutto). It was from The Splendid Table's weekly newsletter and a Mario Batali recipe, which are two extremely reliable culinary sources. We weren't disappointed by this dish, and happily ate a few rounds of leftovers.
Adam and Darbi were gracious enough to save our share for us to pick up at the South of the James Market on Saturday. We gave about half of it to my mother-in-law, a fellow veggie lover, since we're going out of town this weekend. There were more delicious apples, sweet peppers, baby bok choy, two kinds of mustard greens, salad mix, a parsnip, and eggplant. I bet none of you can guess what I chose to give away first.