These are my thoughts, projects and stories that change daily as I navigate this chaotic world as a feminist who enjoys bending the rules of what it means to be domestic.
Hello Canning Tomatoes!Wow, I am so jealous of your garden! I'm stuck in an apartment in the dead middle of Atlanta right now, but when we move away, I hope to have a garden like yours! Is there any email address where I could reach you? I have an invitation to a culinary event with Andrea Robinson in the Detroit area that I'd love to share with you. Please let me know!Thank you!Genna Harrisgenna@beeverywhere.tv
Does the chamomile smell as good (I'm sure it's even better) than the loose chamomile we had at Caribou? I love the smell of it. It reminds me of the smell outside of my grandmother's house in the U.P. though I never knew what it was back then or even if that was really the source of that smell. But, you've had that other-worldly sense of nostalgia that certain smells, or sounds for that matter, can illicit? Chamomile does that to me.
Keene, I just pulled all of the chamomile this last weekend because it was done and the smell of it up until that point was amazing, but that process was overwhelming-in a good way. I planted a ton of in in the middle of my cabbage & kale bed to keep bugs away and I will now do that every year.
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