Right from the get-go let’s understand that there’s no need for you all to be jealous, folks. 🙂 Below are two pictures of the omelet that I made for breakfast yesterday morning (typically, I make an omelet for breakfast on Sunday mornings). As you’ll see, there are a bunch of vegetables from the CSA farm strewn throughout this mess. A list of ingredients is available below the pictures.
Okay, so right off the bat you should know that the wheat toast and the eggs are from Wegmans, not the farm. The ingredients from the local CSA farm are: fresh garlic, green peppers, yellow squash, and red tomatoes. I added the mushrooms (a lot of mushrooms – also from Wegmans), bacon bits, and some salt and pepper. It was absolutely delicious!
Part of what makes the food that I make with farm food so tasty is the fact that the organic produce seems to have more “punch” in terms of flavor. The garlic is much more potent than the stuff you buy at the store, the green peppers actually have a strong peppery taste, and the yellow squash is great. I’m looking forward to picking up more of this delicious produce this Saturday!