The World's Largest Coalition of Nontheists and Nontheist Communities!
Discussing all aspect of gardening.
Location: Planet Earth
Latest Activity: on Saturday
Planting Annual Flowers, Brussels Sprouts, Collards, Tomatoes. 4.23.18
Don, the carrots shine in the sun like jewels too precious to eat. They look healthy and robust.
Cary likes my carrot soup best of all the soups I make. Your supply should last well into the winter.
Randy, Your story of your 7-year-old grandson "driving small equipment" makes my heart sing for joy. Having young children doing such chores far exceeds the value of classroom learning and will serve him well as he grows, as long as he learns his three Rs. Hopefully, these very practical challenges at that age help young ones feel responsible. Their needed labor so close to the food supply helps them mature, as well.
Thank you for sharing your story, Randy
Harvested my carrots this weekend. A-1 Hybrids. It was a good year--they'll last us through the winter.
Bertold, your persimmon pudding recipe sound delicious. I have collected many recipes for p.p., but yours is a new and different one. I'm not sure about how to do the lemon sauce. Your warning scares me!
Joan, your 8 year old story is hitting home. My soon to be 7 yr old grandson is already driving small equipment and helping around the farm. He loves to weed (with a hoe)! Wish I had a video.
8 Year Old Takes Over The Farm Chores!
Jonah grows into a capable young man; it delights me how he reaches for more responsibilities. The good-natured lad just delights me.
10 Steps To Growing Most Of My Food
Here is my favorite permaculture family, Justin Rhodes, The Beautiful One, and their kids, growing up right before our eyes.
Their children have OT names, but there is not a word about religion. The Rhodes family offer an example of a family as a team.
Our favorite Thanksgiving treat. Not exactly a diet delight, but tasty.
Steam or bake one hour
Juice one large lemon and grated rind. Bring sugar, water, juice & butter to a boil to dissolve sugar. Then in a double boiler stir in the egg and whisk till smooth. (You have to be careful with this or you’ll get egg flower lemon sauce – not appetizing, I found out the hard way.
Daniel, funny you should ask! A few have been dropping off, which is abnormally early. But, surprisingly, they're ripe! I was afraid to try, because you know unpleasant a green persimmon is. They are larger than normal this year. I've got about 2 dozen in the fridge. I have to gather them each day before the raccoons find them. They'll climb up to get them and break branches. Yours look good. Yum!
Daniel posted photos on his garden blog site if you want to see what he's talking about. Very impressive! It gives me some incentive to work on my "wild" area. It's gotten out of control.
Beer flowers sound enjoyable!
Welcome toAtheist Nexus
Sign Upor Sign In
Or sign in with:
Update Your Membership :
Nexus on Social Media:
© 2018 Atheist Nexus. All rights reserved. Admin: Richard Haynes.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.