It’s almost time to do your patriotic duty and eat something red, white and blue. Naturally, summer’s berries will cover the red and blue, so let’s add something creamy like thickened and lightly sweetened Greek yogurt to cover all bases.
When you have the opportunity to see where and how your food is grown and raised, there comes an acute appreciation for the valiant efforts by farmers and ranchers to bring that food to market, and to your table. Bruce Johnson and his wife Katherine are the hardworking team of Dragonfly Farms bringing grass fed beef, lamb and goat to Richmond area farmer’s markets.
When I have overindulged in creamy, starchy foods, nothing makes me feel balanced like a meal-in-a bowl with lots of crunchy veggies and a little protein. There is no guilt associated with my heavier food phase, but rather an uncomfortable fullness and a food fatigue that calls for lighter fare.