Thoughts on Gardening and Food

This is what Sarah had to say about todays gardening and food. Lunch was great by the way. You can’t go wrong with pesto.

Moonmooring

I leaned back in my chair and threw one arm over the side – relaxing and burping my way to another piece of watermelon when I realized, I can’t remember the last time I had a meal that wasn’t spectacular. Aside from several meals I was forced to eat out (this excludes you Susan at A La Carte!!).

It’s true. For months now every meal I’ve prepared and eaten from this kitchen at Marideth’s house has been more amazing than the last. First there were the early herbs and the overwintering collards, then lettuces and beet greens and radishes and a plethora of peas. Beans planted way too early made it along with the potatoes. The food supply quickly morphed into a bounty of onions, more beans, tomatoes and summer lettuce. The brocolli was splendid and the Brussel sprouts just kept pumping them out. We are currently under seige…

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Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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One Response to Thoughts on Gardening and Food

  1. beautiful. I lived in South GA for 4 years, and there is nothing like growing your own food. I just saw Winter’s Bone. You were fabulous. The movie was profound.

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