The term "Indian summer" usually implies a second-wind (or wave I should say) of heat- high temperatures, sunny skies, dry conditions- making its way in just after the first frost. Here in southern California- it takes on a bit of a new meaning... seeing that we don't really have a
In fact, for us- it's the season of "hot-getting-hotter"... the dog days of summer. And it'll continue on right up until November... till that rain takes off its hat and decides to stay a while longer... longer than 2 minutes.
But hey, at least it's consistent, right?
And, who can complain about a "season" which offers endless culinary possibilities? A season in which iced coffee can still be enjoyed on a late afternoon... an oven that houses both a pot of rich bolognese and a tart apple crisp.
HOTNESS aside, the "in-between" might not be so bad after all.
Please head over to Pink Moon Daily today, as we discuss the matter a bit further... beyond the garden gates.