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Tuesday, November 23, 2010


11.23 Longans 1

My favorite part of November in the garden is when the longan tree ripens in the backyard.

At the beginning of October, they were still mostly green and not quite ready for eating yet.

11.23 Longans 2

But near the end of November, the peel turns brown and I start opening a few to see if they're just sweet enough for picking.

11.23 Longans 3

Other Garden Updates.

1 year ago today, Apple Juice and Red Wine Turkey Brine.
2 years ago today, Broccoli Bacon Pasta.
3 years ago today, Chicken Pot Pie.
4 years ago today, Angel Face roses, lettuce, and strawberry blossoms.

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