From Ruhlman’s recent EGG book. It’s great!
René Magritte, La Clairvoyance (oil on canvas), 1936.
Found a guy selling chanterelles off of Edgewater in Salem, on Nov 11. I bought a half pound for 3 bucks. Quite good, but rather mild. An Asian guy bought 15 pounds. For a restaurant?
Brenda has done a wonderful job on this… we’ve had chard enchiladas a couple of times (enchiladas de acelgas) and the beets are great.. We’ve made pesto and need to make more.. putting in some thai basil tonight.
Tomato Stupice (in czech – Stupicke polni rane) (in english – Stupice field early) arisened from crossing (Rheinland glory x Mikado x Solanum racemigerum) in cultivator station in community Stupice (near Prague) in 1955. Good for cooler climates.
Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/71195/#ixzz38VJ2d3yo
- Brenda in the back of the garden
between the rows; flagolet green beans in the foreground..
Making zucchini buttermilk soup..
Well, I hope to be out of the KC area by the middle of May. Thence to Salem, Oregon. I’ll not miss Brownbackistan one whit. I will have a place to garden and to have a smoker again. No more apartment cooking. Yahoo!
The carniceria closest to us in Salem. El Torito.
Will be glad to be there.. real strawberries.. not those cardboard ones from Las Califas. Serious wineries, more craft brewing. Hell, I may get me a cajun cooker, too. Quien sabe?
Tacos from El Sureño. A block from El Torito
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