Supposedly summer is on its way out. TCU’s sorority recruitment has begun, new 1Ls at Kent have started the long 3 year journey and for the first time, I am not buying a new planner and stacks of over priced textbooks. Instead, I am job hunting and spending lots of time in my kitchen and out enjoying Chicago. One of the best thinks about the height of summer is tomatoes. Tomatoes slowly creep into the market throughout June and July but by August they fill the farmers tables. Unfortunately this is not the case in the Northeast, but as far as I can tell, the blight has not impacted the Midwest, thankfully.
This past Saturday, I picked up a big bag full of roma tomatoes and I knew that I would turn them into slow roasted treats to enjoying slowly throughout the fall. Continue reading