Tag Archives: kale

Tiny Kale

I was experimenting with kale seeds and some potting soil one day in early August. It worked. Send in the Mums.

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Tiny Steps

Yesterday, one of my commenters, Wingnut on the Loose, suggested I had been taking liberties with my readers by writing about foolish things like growing a spine, crossing the road, and eating cold pizza and Junior Mints on New Year’s … Continue reading

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Till the End of Time

I finally did it.  I pulled up the last row of kale in my garden at Uncle Bob’s.  It is true that I planted too much kale.  If I lived near Uncle Bob, I would have eaten kale every day, … Continue reading

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Two Words or One?

I spent several hours cleaning up my spot at The Hampton Victory Garden yesterday.  I didn’t have the heart to pull out my marigolds yet and my kale grows on and on.  I had some Hopewell Farms ground beef thawing … Continue reading

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The Easiest Lentil Soup Ever

Friday is a tough day.  Friday reminds me there are a finite number of hours in every day and I have more things on my “to do” list than I can possibly accomplish.  I’m not complaining.  I’m grateful for everything … Continue reading

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Labor Day Watermelons

Although I have belonged to many clubs and organizations, I have never belonged to a labor union.  Being an “employee at will” versus being represented by “collective bargaining” has probably defined my thoughts about work.  My father belonged to the … Continue reading

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Your Daily Kale

Although I don’t have a Tee Vee, I do know that kale has “arrived.”  I am reminded of kale’s super food status by an automobile commercial during Red Sox games which says “kale is the new Brussels sprout.”  Just plug … Continue reading

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