Thursday, December 9, 2010

Veggie snacks honor your guests

The following sentence from her “A Cook’s Garden” column in today’s Washington Post illustrates why I think Barbara Damrosch is one of my all-time favorite garden writers: “Ordinarily a bowl of carrot sticks wouldn’t have much cachet, but baby carrots in December, just plucked from the near-frozen soil that sweetens them, do honor to a guest.” To read “In the vegetable patch, a snack for all seasons,” CLICK HERE.

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