Man does not live by compost alone. . .

Introducing “Food & Dining”  to our blog!
Because toiling in the garden is not sufficient for a happy life, man (and woman) also has culinary needs, and darn it, who doesn’t like to talk about food?!?!???

Citrus Jicama Salad from Chichenitza

With our new Food & Dining category we invite you to comment and share your:
–  family recipes, bbq marinades, backyard picnic ideas
–  delicious finds at Trader Joe’s, Glatt’s, Elat or other local markets
–  favorite vendor at a local farmers market
–  methods for canning or drying fruits from your garden
–  hot local restaurants . . .

. . .   and much more!    Please join in and let’s talk food!

Text and photo by Deni Mosser

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Carol F. on June 26, 2011 at 11:02 am

    Great spicy dipping sauce: equal parts sriracha and tahini, or to taste. Great with Vietnamese fish balls and with fresh tortilla chips!

    Reply

  2. Posted by phoebe Neil on June 26, 2011 at 11:58 am

    I have to tell you that PINCHES TACOS is amazing. They have the best vegetarian taco with grilled veggies, chicken mole taco, many other unique combos. They’re served on homemade thick soft corn tortillas. Ea taco is around $2.50. Also you can BYOB. Washington @ Helms YUMMMMM

    Reply

  3. PINCHES TACOS
    8665 Washington Blvd
    310-837 5000
    Mexican
    http://www.pinchestacos.com

    Reply

  4. Very well explained…..Every One can get inspiration with this read…….I am taking so much knowledge after reading this.

    Reply

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