I would like a fox, please.
If anyone is planning on giving me a gift for St. Patrick's Day, I would like a fox, please.
Actually 2 foxes – a male and female, of procreating age and inclination.
They should be very, very hungry.
I'm told there used to be fox here…. Now there are just lots and … Continue reading.....
I ate the entire harvest of our pomegranate tree the other afternoon. It was delicious.
Apparently, one is not supposed to trim pomegranate trees in the spring.
We trimmed ours.
This was our entire harvest.
On the other hand, we have two ten-gallon buckets full of walnuts and left as many on the ground.
As to the crab apples…. There … Continue reading.....
Until I actually started my own compost pile I thought compost was a smelly pile of garbage one kept behind the garage.
Now I know better.
Compost, done correctly, doesn't smell.
It can be kept right on the kitchen counter if you like.
This will be a short post; composting is simple.
First: What goes in the compost pile?
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With a few touches of pink, blue and complimentary orange.
Along the walkway, in front of the American Museum, are a series of ‘rooms’, small areas, enclosed by hedges and themed in colors. This is one of the ‘Blue Rooms’
The American Museum showcases works from American artists. The museum also welcomes both American and French students with grants, to … Continue reading.....
Pasta with Fresh Herbs
It started innocently enough, as many compulsions do: the local church cookbook as a newlywed; followed by Betty Crocker and Joy of Cooking.
There was the occasional exchange of recipes with siblings and friends; a subscription to Bon Appetit.
Then mon mari gave me a wok, and '1.000 Chinese Recipes'. (See? I keep saying it's … Continue reading.....