August Break: Produce

I’m on an August Break from my regular blogging schedule. Here’s today’s pictures.

I don’t cook much in my apartment, but it’s not because of a lack of food choices.  It’s because of the space-  my kitchen is the size of a postage stamp, barely a kitchenette.   The available variety, though-  that’s another thing entirely.

The produce here is amazing.  Just to give you an example, this is the produce section in the grocery store that I do about half my shopping in.

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These pictures are of another small store in the Altstadt.  I walk past this store several times a week.  The produce here is amazingly fresh and they always seem to have the best.   Avocados, strawberries, you name it-  it’s all available here.

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What would you cook if you had this much fresh produce available to you every day?

6 thoughts on “August Break: Produce

  1. You’ve just inspired me to write about food! My local supermarket is terrible. I usually shop at smaller Turkish fruit and veg stalls, and get other things from either DM (gluten free things) or Chinese supermarkets. I go to a supermarket about once every 2 months, to buy things like ketchup.

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    1. LOL. Charlotte, food is already a huge part of your blog. I know more about the restaurants in Frankfurt than I ever thought possible because I read you. 🙂

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  2. One of the best things about living in New Hampshire is the easy access to fabulous and fresh fruits, veg, eggs, dairy and meat. So even though we have 2 gardens (that provide us with lettuce, herbs, broccoli, peppers, tomatoes and pumpkins), half of our grocery bill is spent in the produce dept. and at pick-your-own farms.

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  3. Melissa

    That is a fantastic array of produce. I bet you have tomatoes that actually taste like tomatoes over there too. 🙂

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