It’s still a billion degrees outside.  The air is so thick you need gills to walk outside.

Time to grill.

I avoided grilling yesterday, but it’s difficult to avoid two days in a row.  I like my grill.

I marinated a pork tenderloin in soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, and rice wine.  Onto the grill it went.

Meanwhile, I made up a huge bowl of fruit salad.  ‘Tis the season.  I am definitely a summer fruit person.  Peaches, apricots, plums – and berries of every stripe – are my mainstay.  I very seldom buy fruit out of season.  Once in a blue moon I’ll pick up strawberries in the winter, but I really do like my fruits to be local as possible – at least the same continent.  It just tastes better.

The pork went on a bed of greens along with an avocado and tomato.  A simple balsamic vinaigrette.  And a bit of yesterday’s potato salad.

I hate the fact that I’m buying tomatoes but ours just aren’t doing that great.  They really don’t like the humidity, either.

There’s still a lot of growing time left, so we shall see…