Saturday, June 17, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 6/17/06


I Heart Homegrown Garlic

A year of Daily Photos ago: Patchy Cat Keeps A Lookout

14 comments:

  1. well I love your rocks!!!

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  2. More hearts. I love them.

    Congrats on getting on blogs of note!

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  3. hi there - this is a great blog - i keep wishing i knew how to cook, had the time to learn to cook, lived somewhere rural etc etc etc. i am reading the 'Toasted Almond Chocolate Chip Biscotti' post and by crikey i want some.

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  4. Nossa, pedras e alho. Deve ser legal. Ou não.
    Saudaões Tortas.

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  5. I am so jealous. You are living the life that I only dream about. Blessings.

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  6. tabitha collects heart rocks too. you have some admirable ones there. i just tried to braid our recent harvest of garlic with limited success.

    k-)

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  7. I ♥ your ♥ rocks. :-)

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  8. Hey there! I'm new to this whole blogging thing. Your blog is great! I moved from the country into the city. I really miss it! Your pictures are like a breath of fresh air to my soul. Thank you!

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  9. It is nice to see so many spade-shaped objects. Really makes you think.

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  10. Vickie in MO6/18/2006 12:10 AM

    I want to thank you for introducing me to green garlic. I had never heard of it before and now love it! I have eaten most of my meager planting.

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  11. I can't believe how many heart rocks you have found. I will have to pay more attention to the shapes around here.

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  12. Garlic, like so many things, is indeed best when homegrown. Sticky, sticky, and slightly sweet--that's how I like mine. We're pulling it up by the basketful here in Carolina. Vampires beware!

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