Shopping organic at your local grocery store is one thing, shopping at your local farmers market is another. And growing produce in your own backyard is a category all on its own. Here are some fresh plucked cherry tomatoes from our tomato plant, a generous gift from one of Chris’ friends who turned us onto composting and growing some produce of our own. Currently, we’re growing various peppers (including jalapeno, poblano, and habanero), eggplant, heirloom tomatoes, and squash. It’s such a delight to see these little plants sprout out produce that we can eat!



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