Sunday, July 12, 2009

Sunday Garden Tour- Honey at Last!


Cherry tomatoes, so sweet they rival Hot Tamale Candies as the preferred snack.

Broccoli, have yet to try. (Note to self: Eat more greens).

New Mexico Green chile, not as hot as we like, but certainly flavorful.

Tef, getting dwarfed by the barley.

Wine.

Beer.

The wild, indigenous....

neighbor's softball.


Dinner.



Dessert...

Who knew dogs liked honey so much?

17 comments:

  1. Mmmmmmm..... it all looks so good. Especially that honey.

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  2. Yum!!! Well, maybe not the softball, but the rest of it...yum :)

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  3. Looks so amazing! I wish I could garden like that!

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  4. I can relate to your pups...mouth-watering tongue-sticking-out yumminess.

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  5. Your garden is adventurous. Love it. Where it said "beer" was that hops? Never saw that before. My tef is about half a foot high now. I made FOUR stuffed zucchini today. Seriously, coming out of our ears. :)

    Christine

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  6. Awesome. Your little ones are going to love picking things off the vine and eating them! And the honey looks amazing.

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  7. There is something so wonderful about eating what you grow! Honey would be fun.

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  8. I love to see all you guys are growing on your wee plot. really makes me re-think the need for a large acreage. have you seen this?...
    http://www.pathtofreedom.com/

    super small plot of land, crazy amount of food production in the middle of Pasadena. I found them so inspiring!

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  9. I just found a cherry tomatoe marinara recipe the other day that you could work wonders with...it requres the Magic Bullet!

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  10. Oh and you are getting so close to http://www.amazon.com/Backyard-Homestead-Carleen-Madigan/dp/1603421386

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  11. Love those tomatoes! They look great.

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  12. yummy... wow I feel like such a slacker my thumb is sooo brown :(

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  13. I can't believe that I (sort of) know someone who grows their own honey. AMAZING.

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  14. I'm so jealous of everyone south of the mason-dixon line! Our plants are just starting to flower now, so we won't be getting produce for a few weeks yet :(

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