Now that summer is in full swing it seems like the perfect excuse to meet up with the bewitching Switch Jo and take her for a good old fashioned trip to the Farmer’s Market and shine her latex in Union Square.
I met up with switch Jo in her gorgeous in-call apartment in the LES. Jo made my assistant and I coffee and excitedly laid out her selection of latex that she brought for the afternoon. We chose a casual black latex outfit that felt fitting for a wholesome organic shopping trip. Jo took her time lubing up her body and slithering into her tight stockings, garter belt, skirt and top. She joked about picking the most complicated outfit, but my assistant and I definitely didn’t mind watching and helping her into her ensemble.
As we left her apartment, strangers hurled marriage proposals and compliments at Jo. My favorite was the older gentleman who asked to take a picture of Jo, and she, like a good hustler, insisted that he pay her for the honor. When we got to the Farmer’s Market we b-lined straight for the tomatoes. Jo took her time picking out a colorful selection of succulent and ripe heirloom tomatoes. Spending time testing for firmness and asking the farmer what his favorite variety was. We took our time gathering the rest of our ingredients and after chatting with the peony farmer he gifted us with two bouquets of pink peonies.
We meandered back to the apartment and easily prepared this Caprese Salad. This salad is simple and the perfect thing to make on a hot and lazy afternoon.
- 3-5 ripe heirloom tomatoes
- farm fresh mozzarella cheese (the size of a large fist)
- 1 bunch basil
- micro basil for garnish
- oil and balsamic vinegar
- salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
Use an extra sharp kitchen knife or a serrated blade to slice your tomatoes and cheese. Layer in a style of your choosing placing basil leaves in between. Top with a splash of olive oil and balsamic vinegar and salt and pepper to taste. Garnish with micro basil or another green.
Shining Jo’s latex was such a thrill.