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Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose


Thursday, March 4, 2010     
(5:04 pm)

I've changed the style of the headline for this project. As with other changes, I've not made them retroactively. Limits confusion that way. Eventually this page will settle into a form and format that will not change for long periods of time. Well, that's the plan, anyway.

There's been no snow in several days. I don't know what to think. The sun (at least they tell me it was the sun) was shining brightly in the sky (either that, or the mothership has returned and hasn't picked a landing spot). I'm ready for spring. I want to plant sunflowers and nasturtiums. Cosmos would be good too. I hope my radically pruned Russian sage bushes come back. And my rosemary. I like my fresh rosemary to put on pork loin chops, salmon, and for use in spaghetti sauce and other Italian dishes. Here's a shot of last year's nasties, just to get me in the mood:

Digital Camera Image [2010_0105Image0008.JPG] [Canon EOS 20D, Macro, 1/400, f/6.3, ISO 400, Tamron 28-300mm lens @ 300mm][Copyright © 2009 J. Michael Mollohan]

For those of you who don't know, the blossoms of nasturtiums make a spicy addition to a salad. The leaves can be eaten as well. They have a cabbage-like flavor, hot like the heart of a head of cabbage. I expect they'd do well treated as 'greens.'




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