Today’s harvest somehow wanted to be shaped into a flaming heart. The pest control technician came for the quarterly visit. I gave him a sack of beans for him and his wife to have for dinner.
Hops beginning to blossom. I hadn’t realized one can also eat hops shoots.
At last enough beans all at once to make a meal. Until now, the birds and I nibbled the few a day while still outside.
After washing up the dinner things and making a sweet bread with one of the about to be overly abundant butternut squashes, I stepped out on the catio to be greeted by the nearly full moon. The thunderstorms this afternoon… (READ MORE)
Only five bunches of Grapes. Who will eat them? Me? Or Will it be the birds?
Last week I went across town by bus to renew my expired drivers license and replace it with the real ID version. On the way home I visited a friend from work whom I haven’t seen in person since before… (READ MORE)
Perfect between work and Spanish class meal–brown rice and red lentil kitcheree made in the rice cooker. Garnished with chopped herbs from the garden–mint, coriander, fennel.
Garlic chives, arugula, parsley. Note that the garden has been reconfigured to allow room for distanced visiting.