I really enjoyed this lettuce. It was the first year I grew this variety and you can bet I *will* plant it again in the fall. The heads were not too big, not one of them bolted despite our blazing heat, the leaves were tasty, kind of bitter-like, but very good, and the germination rate was excellent. I will plant this lettuce again next spring as well.
But as sad a day as it was, I also picked the first of my Chadwick cherry tomatoes! So it wasn't such a sad day after all :-)
I also had this fresh, delicious, locally-made-in-New-Mexico-feta-cheese that my good friend Cheryl brought me back from their recent vacation.
The only obvious thing to do with these fresh ingredients is make a salad...and that's what I did! I added an avocado, Keith and Abby's Horseradish Dijon Mustard dressing and it was delicious!
I love summer food!