On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, produce, fresh meats, eggs, and the occasional baked goods are trucked into town. Starting at the end of June and running through October, residents of the square mile can get their fill of tomatoes, corn, berries and beets, salad greens of all sorts, carrots in a rainbow of colors and the list goes on.
Domenico: A California winery with NJ roots. Melissa Beveridge got the inside story.
A well-balanced, delivered meal is convenient and a good start. But combine that with responsible farming practices, local and fresh ingredients, all by a trained chef, and then you’ve gotten back to our roots and what food really should be about.
Peaches aren’t much to look at early in their growing season, but in the last two weeks before harvest, they grow by leaps and bounds.