Tag Archive for 'gardening'

Fig Envy

I am a fiend for figs. My grandmother’s yard in Texas is full of fig bushes and trees and, when I would go there in the summer, I spent as much time as I could harvesting the little delights. My Granny and I would pop a few in our mouths, freeze some, and roast others. […]

I live near Emory University and was walking on the campus the other day and outside the dining hall, I stumbled upon this sign. You may not be able to read the text in the purple box well, but it explains the importance of biological diversity and the role that heritage breeds play in diversity. […]

(This post contains a few affiliate links to Amazon.  If you click and buy through this post, you will not pay any more than if you went directly to Amazon, but you will help me defray some of my blogging costs.  Thanks!) Lordy, Lordy, Lordy! If you saw my Facebook post yesterday, you know that […]

I’m swamped so you get all the links with minimal introduction.  (Maybe you’ll prefer it this way … let me know.) I love these 16 Things You Should Never Have Stopped Doing from Mark Sisson. I thought this was a cool perspective – Paleo from a biochemistry standpoint. I have most all of my classes […]