winesap apples - $2
large eggplant - $1
potatoes - $2
winesap apples, via wikipedia: united states, 1817. sweet with tangy finish. reddish blush flecked with some green. i might see how many different cultivars of apples i can eat in a fall. so far, it's been cortland, idared, macintosh, and arkansas black.
i have leeks from last week, and tomatoes that i cooked into the sauce part of eggplant parmesan because they were starting to look a little sad. and a butternut squash from last week.
i have my new bike here, and just want to ride everywhere i can. i just biked to the market and home to store the produce, and will be going back to school after i get something to eat. yesterday i just cycled in circles around the neighbourhood and loved it. there's an alleycat race next friday, free entry with a costume. i might do it!
it's damp fall weather, the sun's coming out, the first trees are turning red. seasons like this i love the midwest.