Visit the farmer's market, pick out produce both of you can eat, and both of you enjoy. This week we came home with Hungarian sweet peppers, a very mild chili pepper and some green onions. Add handmade basil pasta to the basket, throw in a handful of fresh herbs from the Amish stand (pick up some banana chips and fresh fruit for dessert). Get home and cook a small amount of flavorful meat (or not, whichever you prefer). Throw in the freshly sliced veggies, (including the asparagus in the fridge) cook just until done and taste the flavors of summer. Even though tomatoes are GORGEOUS right now, I can't eat them (citric acid) and although I love summer squash, Oscar is not so hot for it. I did pick up some cukes to make some summer salad (all for me, Os doesn't like cukes either) and he bought some beautiful plums to take to school with him. Our farmer's market is special. They take WIC coupons and have a table there for folks that need it to sign up for food stamps. I really appreciate that the state is promoting not just inexpensive food, but really wonderful and healthy food.