Saturday mornings excursion was a hot trip to a farmers’ market in Lincoln County. It’s peach season in our part of the world, so a bag of the fuzzy fruit made it into my buggy ( that’s a shopping cart for those of you living above the Mason Dixon Line and west of Texas). Local honey, sorghum syrup, and may haw jelly joined the peaches. A head of lettuce and red, ripe tomatoes would become lunch in a traditional BLT. Fresh pink eye, purple hull peas and big eggplant were bought for supper sides this week.
The temperatures in Mississippi have reach the century mark in recent weeks. Can you say oppressive? On the drive home, the car started running hot! Windows down, booked it back home.
Sunday’s breakfast was Peach Crisp and Jim Dandy grits.
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