Some notes, more for myself than for you.
Farmers Market had a lot of produce - field greens and flowers were the big new crops. We had some tat soi from Shannon Brines that was very good in a stir fry.
The phone on the farm in Homer, MI is answered only at 8am, if I read the handout right.
No zucchini yet (and not expected for a long while), but Grandma says that if you mix the zucchini with a small amount of pineapple essential oil and let it sit overnight you'll swear that it was really fresh pineapples.
People's Food Coop had sunflower sprouts (or sunsprouts) from Gardenworks. Delicious and green with the taste of the sunflower. It would be a nice add-in to a mixed stirfry greens or as a few on top of a rice and beans salad.
If I start the lentil soup from Martha Rose at 9am (p84-85) I can not hurry in the evening on Monday.
Add a little water and cook off the crusty rice at the bottom of the rice pan, stirring until you have a kind of a rice slurry. Then add salt, pepper, and butter to taste. Mmmm.
Mexican style kosher for Passover foods recipes from Julian Medina, chef and owner of Toloache. To read more than to cook.
Ojai Pixie Tangerines at Trader Joes in Ann Arbor. The Pixie is a result of open pollination of Kincy mandarins (Kincys are a hybrid between a King Mandarin and a Dancy Tangerine). Small and delicious.
People's Food Coop does a much better job than Whole Foods at merchandising their Ann Arbor Tortilla Factory tortillas; they are much fresher, and you don't have to dig into the cooler to see them. Both places have troubles keeping them in stock daily. Produce Station is another good source.
The Avalon Bread bakery is very close to Wayne State University, but I don't have any sense for that walk. 422 W. Willis, Detroit MI 48201
Sunday: quesadillas, rice, beans, veg
Monday: Lentil soup, w/pasta, radish salad
Tues: Tofu, veg, rice
Friday: Mac and cheese, frozen veg
Sat: Turkey dogs, soycutash