Everyone in our area (and many we watch on YouTube) seem to be SO busy with the bounty and responsibility of the late summer harvest. Gallons of peaches, tubs of tomatoes, bales of onions, and so many cucumbers and zucchini that your eyes will turn green.
Even though we're so new to our land that a garden was out of the question for the year, we've been so excited to reap the season's bounty from our local farmers' market. Getting to talk to people from the area, learn about the specific challenges of living in this part of the Ozarks, and watching our little Bub feast on the peach that Mr. John always hands him (thanks, John!) is one of my many favorite parts of the summer.
This recipe is one of our go-tos with summery goodness, and it is seriously so easy to make. If you want to throw together a quick and easy appetizer that tastes like the essence of sun-warmed produce in a bowl, give these Chinese-style quick-pickles a shot!
As always, let us know if you have any questions about the recipe, and thanks for watching!
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