After a great Fourth of July weekend, I returned home to a whole watermelon sitting on my kitchen counter. It had been there, leftover from a supper club dinner, staring me in the face for a few weeks and I have been stumped as to what to do with it. Still full from a weekend of delicious BBQ’s, I was craving something very light and refreshing. That’s when I thought of gazpacho. Read more:
This post is going up in honor of the lovely print of the above photo that I just received from my friend, Corey. A few months ago after a cold, rainy Light The Night walk over the Brooklyn Bridge, I stopped off at Corey’s place to warm up and to my delight, to have some unusual and delicious snacks. Corey had recently become addicted to juicing so I was excited when our conversation was suddenly drowned out by the sound of his beloved juice machine.
I feel very fortunate to live just a few blocks away from one of the best spots in Brooklyn: Rooftop Farms. I started hearing and reading about Rooftop Farms when I moved to the neighborhood almost a year ago. It wasn’t until this past weekend, however, that I finally took some time to head over and buy some produce at their Sunday market.