winter of greens

With spring official, this past winter will be remembered as the one without a hard freeze, and with chard that never stopped. Had I known that, I would have planted a broader variety of fall greens. Not that I’m complaining. Between the leeks, thyme, oregano, arugula and chard, I’ve been picking and eating fresh all winter long. Who would have guessed that? And I’m enough of an optimist to not equate a warm winter with bad news ahead. How many people have you heard say – “ooo. we’re going to pay for this!” Bah to that.

First supper of spring? Sure, worth celebrating. With chard, garlic and pasta. And a walk at sunset.

~ by kbosin on March 21, 2012.

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