is a good thing.
fruiting this time of year.
We have a couple of 3″ puffballs to add
to our omelets tomorrow morning.
But we also have a mushroom farm.
This is Todd Leftwich, explaining how it’s done:
Then transplants it to bales:
wherever he pokes a hole…
for food and flowers.
What is it about giant vegetables that’s so thrilling?
Ray Owen’s , the one to beat. 543 lbs.
He wins almost every year.
Marcus Goulding’s–662 lbs.
And the thumbs up pumpkin of 2011,
grown by Matt Avery, 736 lbs.
A Nantucket County Fair Record!
Oh, the joys of small town life.
of many grains, so flavorful a half slice satisfies.
for the Lord is good;
sing praise to his name,
for that is pleasant.