A Very Simple Harvest Supper… September 6, 2010 by Angie 11 CommentsDespite the threat of clouds and rain, Hunter & I hit the local Farmers Market on Saturday. We found lots of fabulous looking fruits and vegetables. The fruit below looked so scrumptious and yummy, and for $8.00 for this selection, how could I pass it up? Below shows everything we came home with. It all smelled so good. I decided that a very simple harvest supper would be our meal that night. I started with building a simple heirloom tomato salad. It was simple: tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, freshly cracked black pepper & salt, and a drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette. Fresh corn was the next course for our meal. By the way, I have learned to cook corn in a new way. Previously, I have always shucked the corn ears before adding to boiling water. However, I was told by the corn farmer to leave the corns in their husks while cooking to seal in the nutrients and juices. I did as I was told. The taste of the corn cooked this way was so good…so tender & juicy. I don’t think we will cook it any other way from now on. And to finish the meal, a sampling of fresh fruit. An hour later, this fruit plate was empty. Our simple harvest supper was such a hit that it was requested for Sunday night supper. And for Monday night supper. And I had to go buy more corn. This post is linked to: Metamorphasis Monday @ Between Naps on the Porch Motivate Me Mondays @ Keeping It Simple Delicious Dishes @ It’s A Blog Party Tasty Tuesday @ Balancing Beauty & Bedlam All Things Domestic @ Crazy Domestic Related Share the Love!