June 3, 2012

9 Responses

  1. Angel says:

    You have such a lovely garden! I'm jealous 😉 The flowering chives are so neat – purple flowers!!

  2. Denisa says:

    lovely garden!! do you still use chives after they bloom?

  3. Anonymous says:

    wow, your photography is just stunning! your lunch looks outrageous! gourmet quality! and dessert!! can i have a slice??!! hahaha….thanks for sharing!

  4. I so wish I had all that land to grow things! In my tiny city backyard I'm growing peas, broccoli, cucumber, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, corn, strawberries, leeks, chives, garlic chives, thyme, sage, tarragon, cilantro and parsley. I'm also harvesting weeds for salads: plantains, sorrel, dandelions, and purslane. We also are growing flowers: marigolds, lilacs, lollies, daffodils, tulips, etc.

    My chives look like yours: flowering. I've been putting some of the blooms in my husband's salads. We'll let many of them go to seed though and see if we can plant them.

    On a note of the recipes — I'd love to see you offer raisins (soaked and blended to make a syrup if need be) as an alternative to agave. The cost might be a bit higher, but the nutrition would be a lot higher, and the fructose level much lower and more in balance with the glucose level.


    ~ Raederle

  5. Wow, your garden is amazing! I wish I had all of that land to grow such a large garden.

  6. Laurie says:

    Your garden and recipes are gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing! For the cherry chocolate dessert, how long did you soak and dehydrate your nuts? What variety did you use?

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