an urban farming update

The garden is in full swing. This is what I collected yesterday, two days since the previous harvest: The dried beans are very exciting for some reason. You let the pods stay on the plant til they dry out completely, but you don’t want them to stay on there too long lest they rehydrate in the rain or humidity. About ...

then this happened!

(I’m going to start titling all my posts and photos with that.) Today we’re going with mostly photos? Why? Because THIS HAPPENED. So I’m not typing very well right now. Grilled vegetables for enchiladas. Rick Bayless posted the recipe on Twitter. Go nerds! Red Bull skydivers at Flugtag Antoine Walker in a sombrero, of course We heard that Flugtag attracted ...

farming update 5

If, in a few weeks, you see a Craigslist ad begging people to come take tomatoes and zucchini off our hands, it was likely posted by me. The beans are so heavy they’re pulling the trellis off the fence; I think I’ll go back to bamboo teepees again next year! This is the coriander I got from the cilantro after ...

sick = photo post!

I got sick Thursday night between the hours of 9pm and 11pm. SERIOUSLY. I was not happy about it. Friday, Matt and I had dinner at Harry Singh’s in the midst of the insane downpour. The streets in South Minneapolis flooded. I’ve never seen waves on Nicollet Avenue before. (Here’s a video.) When a fire truck sped by, the waves ...