You’ll have to trust me on this one

At today’s workday, I separated heads of garlic into cloves, planted same, cooked a dish of cauliflower, broccoli, broken spaghetti and black beans, ate same, along with Todd’s bread, cheese, chicken, carrots, rice, ice cream and brownies. But I didn’t manage to take any photographs

The east plot has been cleared away, there are baby carrots, turnips and bok choy under floating row covers in the original plot, and people were clearing out stakes from the acre. We had a good number of volunteers today, and it’s always satisfying to ring in the changing seasons, clearing out the old and putting in the new.

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