Why I’m Okay with Living in New England

I’m okay with the snow and the humidity and the lack of sidewalks because until I moved out here (from central California) I had never tasted anything like this:

Or this:

Or this:

I’m probably living under some sort of delusion. But these fruits of summer (and a few pretty leaves in the Autumn) are seriously why I’m able to endure. So don’t tell me you can get all this stuff in California now. That would crush me.

Author: Cindy

Born in Charleston. Raised in the Silicon Valley. Live near Hartford, Connecticut with my husband and two children. We have lots of tropical fish.

5 thoughts on “Why I’m Okay with Living in New England”

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  2. I’m spending the week on the North Shore of MA, and have been blown away by the vibrant local food scene, and availability of many wonderful locally grown foods from grains to produce to meat. Some of my favorite visits have included Tendercrop Farm in Newbury, Russell Orchards in Ipswich, and the Marblehead Farmer’s Market in Marblehead. New England is a good place to eat!

    1. Now and September is certainly the time to be soaking up some of the best fresh produce NE has to offer. And if you’re on the shore that eliminates the humidity problem. Perfect.

  3. hmm… i know naught of these fruits and vegetables you post about. what curious foods you new englanders enjoy. (this is how much i love you, norcal deserter. awesome pics, btw.)

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