I consider Junk Stock and anything from the Junk Garden to be free food since it all comes from things I would otherwise throw away.
It’s October 1 and it feels like it. We’re having an autumn day, but not the kind one photographs and posts on social media. It’s overcast and gray and windy […]
We harvested our first tomatoes and they were beauties! We like to give away the first picking of our produce as a “first fruits” offering so Jay took them to […]
I’m sorry to announce that the second planting of green beans failed. (If you missed that story, it’s posted here.) I picked a whopping 13 beans and will probably toss […]
My late grandmother had a huge garden, one worthy of a woman who survived the Great Depression and married young and raised four children in a small town (translation: wide […]