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There is something so refreshing about the color green. Thinking about this color throughout the week, and going to the markets looking for spring greens – not winter kales and collards or anything in that wintry family, mind you, but these delicate first greens of spring, was a calming, almost meditative, affair. Happy spring, friends.

Watermelon radishes

Spring onions

Pea shoots

  • NicoleD - The color of produce just gets me so geeked. Love the spring greens forever and always!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - I am in LOVE with this post!!ReplyCancel

  • Laurel - Very Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • la domestique - Beautiful! Green is the theme next week at la Domestique as I begin the spring pantry. I love all the photos here- especially those gorgeous artichokes. Bring on spring!ReplyCancel

  • Pamela - This looks like our garden right now – growing sugar snap peas, onions, kale, spinach, lettuce – it’s all green! :)ReplyCancel

  • Kasey - Oh I am SO ready for Spring. I wish it would just stop raining and get a lil’ bit warmer! Green is one of my favorite colors!ReplyCancel

  • Cookie + Kate - I’m thrilled to see all the bright green leaves and shoots and vegetables! Yay spring!ReplyCancel

  • Carly - I love the fresh greens of spring and today tried pea shoots for the first time. Delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - Beautiful post! And thank you for the names this time! I’m pretty good with food but sometimes there’s that one you just don’t know!ReplyCancel

  • Lynda - I love spring green. I think I love whatever the season’s color is in the moment.ReplyCancel

  • Deb - Lovely photos! Even though we are having a stormy, rainy weekend I felt the light and tenderness of the new season unfolding in your post, delightful!ReplyCancel

  • A lot of study breaks. | Documenting our Dinner. - […] is coming! Admire the various hues of early spring […]ReplyCancel

  • sara - all of these studies have been gorgeous, but I think I especially love the green. So appropriate for vegetables isn’t it? charming and fresh…i love these, kimberly!ReplyCancel

  • sarah - Beautiful. I especially love the artichokes.
    I love your studies!ReplyCancel

  • Anna @ the shady pine - The colour of life! Lovely pictures.ReplyCancel

  • gentry - Can I ask about your photographing techniques? i just saw your kitchen tour on theKitchn and you mentioned having north facing windows and a lack of lilght. All of your photos are so bright and airy…how do you achieve this? i am forced with a kitchen that has no walls with windows…it’s in the middle of the house and I am always struggling with the lighting!ReplyCancel

  • Sasha - Watermelon radishes! I am now officially on the look out for these radishes.ReplyCancel

  • jen - These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing! And congrats on the Saveur nomination, too!ReplyCancel

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