Labor Day at the Bay

photos:  m&j

Such a lovely time to enjoy the heirloom tomatoes and all the local farmers market has to offer. Our seven-grain bread was baked by a nearby farmer who actually grows his own wheat – and with perfect micro arugula from the lovely Pot Pie Farm, fresh basil from the garden and perfect striped German yellow and Cherokee purple tomatoes with a little cherry balsamic vinaigrette and fresh mayonnaise – our end of summer sandwiches were absolutely delish!

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  1. kbosin said

    Jimmy’s bread and Carol’s fresh veggies from Pot Pie Farm are a luscious combination! So glad you got to visit our small town, St. Michaels and that you got a taste of the Chesapeake Bay! Come back!

    • Both were absolutely delightful and we can’t wait to come back and experience all beauty and deliciousness your gorgeous part of the country has to offer – we just love it down there!

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