It's a good feeling to know where our food comes from. Today's main course Sunday breakfast was pumpkin waffle sticks with pure Ohio maple syrup and real butter from a Mennonite area not far from Galion.
Of course, the only Ohio fruit available this time of year is canned or frozen (or apples from cold storage), so the oranges, blueberries, kiwi, and bananas come from other locations.
I could have made this an all-Ohio breakfast by serving applesauce, which I froze last summer. But the potassium, antioxidants and other vitamins and minerals from the fresh fruit seemed more important. Thank goodness that we have modern grocery stores that brings us a wide selection of foods!
This recipe from All Recipes is a good one to try:
Marcheta *locally global :)