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March 12, 2009

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Great tip and link. I agree, though here in NYC we don't even have a fire escape! I do try to grow fresh herbs on the window sill though. And I shop at the farmers' markets year-round. What do you grow in your garden? I remember being in the NW and thinking that the produce was on steroids. Everything was the size of something else: raspberries the size of peaches, peaches the size of melons, and so on. . . Not so here. Who took the amazing photo???

One more thing: One of the more memorable lines I heard during our visit to Mongolia was spoken by Simon W-S: "Welcome to a vegetable-free spice-free zone." 'Nuff said.

The photograph was taken by none other than Nikolai Lesnikov, whose link appears on the blog.

What a remarkable photograph!

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