Most people who grew up in this area are familiar with Wheaton Village, way up in Cumberland County though it is. All good little schoolchildren on the Cape know that springtime means a field trip to the Victorian glass blowing theme-park to buy marbles at the general store, play on the jungle gym, and watch a man make a pitcher out of a glowing glob.
Many gardeners like to get outside, even in cold weather. A lot of gardeners also like to cook using their garden vegetables. Enjoy recipes for Monk’s Garden Soup, Barscazc, Chicken Soup with Greens, and Tomato Soup.
Greening our kitchens can be relatively painless. Buying local can be as simple as stopping at Duckies on Broadway or other local farmers’ markets to buy what is fresh and in-season before you drive off the island to hit the local grocery store chains. Spring Peas and Pearl Onions with Amish Bacon, Pan Seared Scallops and Leek Potato Hash with Beet Horseradish Puree, Mushroom Vinaigrette Salad, and Poached Local Eggs Florentine using Jersey Spinach
It’s that time of the year to pick your favorite 2009 CapeMay.com pictures from our Picture of the Day Photo Gallery. We know from your comments and heart clicks that it is one of your favorite sections on the website and your responses were overwhelming. Thank you. Here’s the winners and don’t forget, all pictures are available for purchase.