I've been away a long time, but working on lots of great stuff at BCS.
And now I'm back to fill you in!
We're still making great lunches every day for our kiddos, looking forward to lots of Actual Preschooler's Lunch Plates popping up here and on the facebook page. Here's lunch from the other day: whole wheat pasta with garlic and olive oil, salad with local veggies including carrots from the preschooler's neighborhood garden plot, homemade dressing, cheddar cheese and fruit. Lovely.
|carrots grown by preschoolers|
Family dinners continue to bring us together.
We are still hosting dinners every other month, generously sponsored by City Market. Last week we had about 65 people for butternut squash soup - made with Intervale veggies - buttermilk biscuits, greens and Cabot cheese. It was a glorious Vermont fall evening and we ate outside.
|My monkey peeler and I can handle a mountain of butternut squash, no problem.|
|little hands help with biscuit prep|
|everything looks beautiful in October afternoon light|
|food going fast|
|gorgeous salad prepared by BCS parents|
In the meantime, enjoy the autumn light and the last of the harvest!