November 19, 2020
It’s called a trug – and if there’s a better way to carry produce home from the farmers’ market, I’ve yet to find it. The trug neatly solves the how-do-I-keep-the-tomatoes-from-getting-squished problem. It also solves the where-do-I-store-stuff-when-I-get-home problem: simply drop the trug on the counter and you’re done.
Trugs are handmade from Oregon Myrtle, and they’re very sturdy. If fresh produce isn’t your thing they’ve got lots of other uses. Indoors they make great places to store magazines. And outdoors…. well, they did begin life as a gardener’s tool.
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