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Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s “Summer”

Presently in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, this painting of “Summer” is from Arcimboldo’s original Four Seasons, painted in 1563. This is the only version with both the artist’s name and the date “woven” into the collar and shoulder of the … Continue reading

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Garden reciprocity

  To the left is the list so far of what we have added to the back garden this summer. We’re not quite finished yet, but have accomplished a lot these last two weekends. Tending to this garden is a … Continue reading

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Friday morning harvest

Walking through the eye level anise hyssop (my eye level) profuse with visiting bees and butterflies, negotiating space through the flopping tomato plants weighted down by the fruits of their abundance (the plants leaning against each other for support), removing … Continue reading

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Beating the frost: the last harvest

green tomato sunomono fried green tomatoes relish, salsa, and chutney some will even make it as red for Thanksgiving (once two made it to New Year’s) stretching and savoring the harvest as far as we can

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All kinds of harvest here…

JB’s retirement has brought all sorts of delicious perks to our relationship, especially the enthusiastically prepared new recipes he has been making for dinner lately. What a treat to come home to some new healthy gourmet creation after an intense … Continue reading

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