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August 10, 2008

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Thanks for the lovely post Laura. Two things: I remember the first time I naively volunteered to do the work portion of my farm co-op memebership digging potatoes. I have never been so sore or tired in my life. My farmer-supervisor was incredibly patient as she hoed 5 rows to my one. Second: you have a neighbor who grows walnuts? Do you know you can make a delicious Italian spirit from the green (unripe) walnuts? Nocino. You'll find many recipes on line but I have one if you need one (and I'm looking for an east coast walnut source). This is going to be a fun week!

Thanks, Stacey. I did not know about Nocino, but I ask Don about his walnut crop next time I see him. (I have no idea when walnuts ripen.) I'd love your recipe, too. (I wonder if anything can be made from horse chestnuts. I have a giant tree that drops them all over the yard. They hurt like hell when you step on them.)

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