About a month ago I really discovered Breakneck Acre Farm for myself, and I am recommending that you go there at least once to see it. They are open only Wednesdays from 1-6, but it is really close, and the owner Ami is most welcoming. It is one tiny building that has 2 beautiful handmade wooden machines from Austria. Those machines grind the corn that happens to make the best polenta that I have ever had, and I have had polenta in Italy! Casey had bought me the cornmeal, and I found out that the owner sells eggs at her farm as well. So that day she had eggs and wonderful fresh spinach. I had those little grape tomatoes at home, so for dinner we had scrambled eggs, sauteed spinach with roasted tomatoes, and polenta into which I added a cup! of parmesan cheese at the end. It was easy and delightful! I don’t have a real recipe for polenta, but this is what I do: Boil 4 cups of water and add a little salt to it. When the water comes to a boil, slowly but steadily whisk in 1 cup of cornmeal. Turn the heat way down and whisk for about 10 minutes until it gets pretty thick. Add 1 tbsp. of butter and a handful of grated romano or parmesan cheese. that’s it! Yummm!