Entries Tagged as 'Garden Notes'

Garden Notes: More about Cilantro (–a miscellany)

Published on September 28th, 2009 by Malachi

Here are a few extra things about Cilantro –miscellaneous in the extreme. [] They make a Wheat-Beer in Belgium –Witbier– which has a Cilantro accented taste. Sounds interesting. But probably WAY overpriced, after the manner of all artisanal beers. (If they didn’t use such an expensive word, maybe they could make it for less.) [] […]

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Garden Notes: Cilantro. Or Culantro. Or Coriander. Or –Coriandrum Sativum

Published on September 27th, 2009 by Malachi

I LOVE cilantro. I love it in any and all forms. [] It is one of the first herbs that I plant. I harvest the seeds from last year’s crop. The cilantro plant produces an abundance of seeds. I usually let them dry in situ before harvesting them and storing them in smallish brown paper […]

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Garden Notes: My Tomato Arbor progresses.

Published on September 24th, 2009 by Malachi

The big news in my garden this year is –my Tomato Arbor! [] Did I invent the tomato arbor? Well, I might have –I’ve never actually seen one anywhere else. There was that scene at the end of “The Godfather” where the Marlon Brando character has a heart attack. The tomatoes in that scene seemed […]

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