No Church in the Wild

What's a god to a non-believer?

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hey that monster has a sweet tooth! Oh shoot, better watch it girl! once again… done in SAI Painter. Getting better with the digital media all the time, yo.

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Summer gratin: Slice zucchini and summer squash; toss with olive oil. Spread in baking pan. Season with salt and pepper. Bake at 450 for 15 minutes.

Remove from the oven and top with a layer of scamorza (or other good melting cheese) and then a layer of thinly sliced tomatoes. Sprinkle with seasoned bread crumbs (dried bread crumbs, minced garlic, freshly grated parmigiano cheese, finely chopped fresh herbs such as basil, parsley and thyme).

Return to the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until cheese is bubbling and gratin is browned on top.

Hell yes, I would eat this. 

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"FAT: the play" is doing another show in Austin! Oct. 17th, 2014 at the Dougherty Arts Center! Check us out on Facebook:

Watch out for our fatter play October 17!

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Inspired by the Statesman’s video of Springdale Farm’s produce art, I decided to drag my boyfriend to the farm’s Saturday market this weekend. It was a little hard to find  we originally passed it and got a little lost on all the one-way streets in the area  but when we finally got there and figured out where to park, I was impressed. There was an amazing variety of products, including fresh vegetables, jams and eggs, and they were all arranged beautifully.

After we bought eggs (incredibly pricey eggs — $7 for a dozen!), we walked around the farm and looked at their chickens, which I wanted to steal because they were so cute. The grounds were surprisingly peaceful and beautiful for a farm in the middle of the city. I would definitely recommend a visit if you’re interested in urban farms and farmers markets.

- Chloe

Love some fresh produce? Intern Chloe went to Springdale Farm in her latest explorations of Austin on our Austin360 Tumblr!