Super Natural Woman

Words : Uphill with the Currant

Local | Raw food
Sat July 5, 2003

Katherine buying currants The currant state of affairs in this fair weathered Province of Rawsome B.C. is hot! Hot! Hot!

Ripe, juicy, local berries bursting with punchy purpled flavour. Like they say, "You gotta taste sour to know sweet!" Must be the reason I'm here Womaning the controls.

Next comes the tart tasting rhubarb, fresh from the fields to a handy Moulinex near you. Grind it baby!

A couple of ripe, organic bananas (they pick 'em really green) flown in from Ecuador. Their fragile ego's were looking a little bruised, anyway! Toss 'em in for some natural added sweetening flavour. Besides, the creamier, the Dreamier...!

One Supernatural Single Mom and even sweeter (less time to sour...) son on 'slurp ready standby' for one more organic feast in the Land of Yum!
- Katherine A. Marion

This photograph of Katherine was taken at the Trout Lake Farmer's Market, July 5, 2003 2:00 pm with a Canon PowerShot S50 (1/250s @ f/5.0, flash) by Peter Jones.

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