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Now that it’s summer (or close enough) I love that we get to look forward to fresh food that’s in season. Growing up outside of a city we had a small garden and frequently went berry picking, but I didn’t get to sample every fruit and vegetable fresh – and by fresh I mean, picked and eaten immediately. So the first time I dug potatoes out of the garden – okay I didn’t eat those raw – and cooked them the difference was unbelievable. There really is nothing like homegrown, fresh food.

Where we currently live we were lucky enough to inherit a patch of asparagus in our backyard. All of the rain we’ve been getting has really been making it grow, which is reason enough to keep me from complaining about rain. We are enjoying it while it’s in season which adds an element of anticipation when you eat that way. Of course, before we ate it I had to take a picture because it looks so darn good!

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