{ proving ground }…6/21/08

kyuri – japanese cucumber

red malabar spinach

fordhook zucchini

left – icicle radish

right – cutting lettuce

ichibon eggplant

red veined sorrel

waltham butternut squash

red kuri squash & waltham butternut squash

buddah’s hand

patchouli – a little sweat mixed with this stuff and im right back in the panic lot!!!

pea shoots

causality of war

more malabar spinach

heart of gold melons

fordhook zucchini growing out of the compost

more malabar spinach

lemon balm & flowering agapanthus

red shiso

edibles

chocolate mint

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this blog focuses on the trials & tribulations of the culinary evolution and explorations in the kitchen. it is also an open forum to discuss food ideas, techniques & most of all to expose the "happenings" and discoveries that are occurring in our very own backyard. "feedin my dreams by eatin greens & beans"... cheers, randy rucker
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2 Responses to { proving ground }…6/21/08

  1. jrdestes says:

    Hey Chef-
    What was that bug or larvae killer we were speaking about at your casa? I believe it starts with an “s”. Thanks.

  2. Dipel contains Bacillus thuringiensis, or Bt for short; it is highly effective and selective against most species of caterpillars. This biological control is a bacterial stomach poison for all caterpillars, which is mixed with water and sprayed onto foliage. It must be ingested by the actively feeding caterpillar, which dies 3-5 days later. It is totally safe to beneficial insects, bees and mammals. Bt is broken down by sunlight within a few days; so repeated applications may be necessary.

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