A couple of times recently, I have ventured back the local farmers markets and the experience is back. I am still wearing a mask, one that says Fully Vaccinated on it, though the signs say I don't have to wear one if fully vaccinated. All of the entrances and exits are open, no tape arrows, no silly rules about standing in the right spot to be helped.
Most of the vendors are back, along with a few new ones. It has been a good early season here. The selection of fresh and relatively local produce is amazing. The egg man appears to have given up. He always had a bad chicken joke of the week.
Simple Yellow Summer Squash
1 onion, sliced, saute in butter and olive oil
Add 1/2 pound yellow summer squash sliced into 1/4 inch rounds
One medium tomato cut into cubes
salt and pepper,
cover and cook for 15-20 minutes on low to medium heat stirring periodically.
This is simple, and develops a much more complex flavor than the same squash steamed, boiled or grilled.