On Sunday mornings, I wake up, grab a cup of coffee and settle in catching up on my reading. Most Sunday mornings, I go through my Google Reader, as I rarely have time to keep up with it during the week. But then there are the Sunday mornings that I have saved for my newest issue of Garden & Gun and Southern Living. These are the mornings when I remind myself how to be a good Southern Girl.
Being the daughter of good, Midwestern parents who immigrated to the South (yes, immigrated – cause you know it’s a different world down here.), I didn’t get much schooling on the ways of the South. And y’all know – there are “ways of the South.” So these Sunday mornings are my monthly lesson.
One of the things that I am loving about Garden & Gun is there illustrated guide to what is in season. They pick a vegetable or fruit, give us a pretty illustration, then give us what to look for, how to cook it – short, sweet and simple.
Keep up with the whole collection online. Check it out and be inspired the next time you hit up the farmer’s market. I know that’s what happened to me on Tuesday – gosh that heirloom tomato crostata was delicious. :)