Monthly Archives: August 2010

Lucky Lunch

I consider myself lucky when someone else makes food for me. My oldest son made this amazing sandwich for me, for lunch, the other day. It was made with vegetables from the local organic farm, and homemade bread. Couldn’t get much better … Continue reading

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Who Loves The Love Seat?

Three kitties love the love seat! This love seat is new to us, getting it inside nearly ripped the door frame off. It’s not the most beautiful piece of furniture, but I bought it thinking how nice it would be … Continue reading

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Corn

Today, I harvested 6 medium-sized ears of corn. We had them for dinner tonight; covered in margarine, salt and pepper. They were so…I’m trying to think of the right word, kind of the opposite to tough and stringy: tender. So … Continue reading

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Slug Circles

I have my own version of crop circles happening in my back garden. Well, I guess I should really call them ‘fence slime circles.’ I love how the slugs (or I suppose they could also be snails) have their travelling … Continue reading

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Watermelon

This is a ‘personal, organic watermelon.’ It’s one of the little watermelons; my oldest son chopped it up for us. Doesn’t it look beautiful? The colours are stunning, and you can see the juciness of it.

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Sushi

We had sushi the other night for dinner. I used avocado, cucumber, and carrot as fillings for the rolls. It doesn’t look as tidy or as pretty as the sushi  you get at the restaurant, but it’s much cheaper and tastes almost … Continue reading

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Rhubarb

I am so happy with my rhubarb. I am picking a few stalks every few days, and we are enjoying it in crumble. I love the colour of the stalks, and I really enjoy watching the baby stalks grow: first … Continue reading

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