Posted by: Bill Stoneman | August 2, 2009

Eating well, at least for a day or two

A late July harvest

A late July harvest

We’re a long way from feeding ourselves from our backyard garden. But pulling potatoes and garlic from the soil and picking zucchini, cucumbers, beans and lettuce on a sunny July morning at least suggested that good things are possible.  We harvested a couple of carrots and onions on the same day, but they didn’t show up in time for the photograph. And we actually have a ton of swiss chard still growing. We’re not big fans of it, however, and don’t think we’ll plant it again and therefore didn’t invite it to the picture-taking session.

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