Entries from June 2008

Garden notes: Tomatoes, Basil –and a new recipe. Unspeakably toothsome!!! And news of a new poem, “The Piano”.

Published on June 20th, 2008 by Malachi

As already posted, the first tomato, so red and so ripe, was picked on Sunday the 8th of June –a cherry tomato. I picked it, and a basil tip, and savored that combination of fresh-tomato juicyness and fragrant faintly-pepperyish ‘fat’ basil leaves, that defines the very best of summer garden eating. (Eat like a king […]

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Garden notes: Mark this date –my first ripe tomato was on Sunday the 8th of June

Published on June 11th, 2008 by Malachi

First, my apologies for not being a regular blogger. I will try to make it up to you. Let it be recorded: my very first RIPE tomato of the year was recorded on Sunday the 8th of June. Now there’s another one right next to it that seems ready to repeat the feat. After that? […]

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Over there: Mr. Bush has been talking to The Times of London….

Published on June 11th, 2008 by Malachi

I’ve just read a piece in The Times about the interview that George Bush granted in the course of his 7-day trip to Europe. As you know it has been a struggle for me to find good things to say about Mr. Bush –you may recall that I wrestled with this specific problem in a […]

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