End of Summer Random Bites
September is my favorite month of the year.
It's still warm enough and produce is at its peak.
The beaches are gorgeous and empty. The kids are all back in school.
The cicadas loud voices are starting to fade out.
It's been the greatest tomato season since I can remember.
We had a strange little family of snails visiting our garden, but I'm not complaining (and no, I didn't eat them!).
It's a great time to cut all of your hydrangeas for drying.
They last for years!
Our late summer garden is growing wild on auto pilot, knowing that in a few weeks it will all have to be chopped down for the cooler weather ahead.
I will be leaving for Paris tomorrow, so I will be a little light on posting next week.
But I am sure I will find the time to share some photos and food from the City of Lights!
See you soon.