The Impersonal Internet

28 Jul

On the Porch

Onisha Ellis

I'm a winner

Yesterday, after breakfast with friends we made our weekly stop at a produce market that in season, sells veggies from their farm. Often the items have been  picked mere hours before I buy them. This year’s crop of cucumbers, tomatoes, melons and peaches  and lots of others have been delicious! And hurray, green beans are cheaper this year!

Osage veggies

The corn was so pretty I wanted to bring home several ears,  but decided to settle for two. I have a tendency to put  corn in my fridge and forget it.

 Our dinner menu was sweet potatoes, sliced pork barbecue sandwiches (I ate mine without bread but I buttered and grilled a bun for hubby) and corn on the cob. Everything was super simple to prepare except the corn. I didn’t want to shuck it, pull off the silks, boil water and time it. Then I remembered that my friend, Sharon is the queen of  microwave corn and decided to call and get her advice. But I didn’t. Instead, I went online and viewed several recipes and a couple of short videos. I chose a method and the corn was incredibly delicious. (Regretting I didn’t buy more)

Now I feel a bit cheated. I chose the impersonal internet over an opportunity to talk with a dear friend.  Maybe I should invite her up to visit. We can chat and “put up some peas” the easy way. : )

I will supply the freezer bags!

Shelled peas copy

4 Responses to “The Impersonal Internet”

  1. Anonymous July 28, 2016 at 10:52 pm #

    aww…you should have called. Get some more corn and I’ll come show you how I do it. Would love to come do peas, too!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. itsrebekahlyn July 28, 2016 at 5:38 pm #

    Yes, please put up some peas!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. DiVoran Lites July 28, 2016 at 4:16 pm #

    Great Post. Love to hear about all the fresh foods you can get. Sharon missed out too. It sounds great to get together and freeze peas..

    Liked by 1 person

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