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Saturday, August 8, 2009

What's In Your Yard?

Swayed immensely by lousy baseball and T.o.M. (yay that it isn't here next weekend), I'm feeling the strongest urge to escape. Of course, Edward senses my weakness and is calling my name....I mean, I can barely hear the movie theater calling instead. But before I slip off, into the dark sweet world, I thought I would ask you all an important question that I hope I get some answers on.

What's In Your Yard?

Are there 3 ingredients in your yard that could use to kill make a meal for someone? Someone you didn't like or someone you loved?

As I was cleaning up the yard tonight, after my daily stint as a masochistic Red Sox fan, I noticed there are quite a few ingredients in the yard one might find in an exotic kitchen perhaps, such as:
  • Tiny Pears (yes, from a Pear tree)
  • giant Alice in Wonderland-esque thick, wild mushrooms (fertilized with the help of Chadster and LoLo)
  • Hickory nuts (the squirrels love them, why wouldn't we?)
Sliced and sauteed over rice...doesn't that sound positively lethal delish?

Tell me....what's in yours? How would you serve it?

3 comments:

Carolina Girl said...

I don't have a yard but I do have a lovely tomato plant on my porch!!! =)

I can't believe you have a pear tree...jealous!

Graciela said...

4 kinds of tomatoes, green and purple onions, strawberries, 3 kinds of peppers (all HOT); plus several herbs...sage, rosemary, thyme, dill, chives, spearmint, peppermint, oregano, and a few more I'd have to go outside and look to see what they are...but it's Sunday morning, and I'm lazy, so I'm not going. :)

I suppose I could take the really hot peppers and spike something so that it's inedible. But why would I want to do that?

A True Heart Girl in Jersey said...

Because, I'm full of angst against the Yankees. That's why.

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