Tag Archives: Tomato

Quarter of a Ton Reached!

And I would grow 500 pounds, And I would grow 500 more… Sing that to the tune of the Proclaimers’ I Would Walk 500 Miles and you too could grow more yellow pear tomatoes than you’ll ever need. We’ve reached … Continue reading

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Museum of Modern Cuisinart: Cubist Pesto and Pollock

I had never tried pesto, but we have lots of Genovese Basil. So, I found a traditional recipe for it at Diggin Food using Genovese Basil, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil. I went ahead and got the cheapest pine … Continue reading

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Tabouli Recipe

Tabouli is one of my favorite salads in summer. I made this for dinner this week and snapped a shot of it on our table with the tomatoes that have only recently started to ripen. I should say it’s a … Continue reading

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Let’s Make a Deal: B1, B5 or a Front Yard Item?

We have a few unrelated recent photos of the yard, so I’m posting in the style of Let’s Make a Deal. No need to get into costume, I’m just feeling a little goofy. Without any further ado… Raised Bed Number … Continue reading

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Ellie’s Crop Report: May 28, 2011

We periodically look up to see Ellie watching our progress in the yard. I took Friday off, so we worked all day until it started to rain. Midway through we did stop to chat with our neighbor in back as … Continue reading

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Ellie’s Crop Report: May 12, 2011

Ellie saw Mutti and I planting the five Sunchoke/Jerusalem artichoke roots into a tote partially submerged in the ground. We did this to contain the invasive tubers. We also planted some seed potatoes. Garlic is still coming up nicely. The … Continue reading

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