Meaghan and her eldest son stopped by last week to showcase our first harvest: zucchini squash and swiss chard from our garden. We are overjoyed! When I tasted her zucchini bread, I was even more delighted. It was moist and
My sister and I decided to try out a community plot at the church near her home. We had each started seedlings this year: tomato and bell pepper for me, lettuce and cilantro plus jalapeño and tomato for her boys.
The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul. – Alfred Austin I spent the evening picking tomatoes, beans, hot
Steve took me to the RBG where they had an interesting 100 Mile Veggie Village display. I made the local veg pledge online “to grow a smaller global footprint by using locally grown produce in at least one meal a
One of the few things I have never experienced before is fresh peppers picked from the bush and brought directly into the kitchen. The fresh crispness as I cut it with my knife. The juicy crunch when biting into it