Monday, 26 July 2010

Coriander and tomatoes in the garden

coriander and basil
I don't grow much foodstuff in the garden, a situation I must rectify. In the meantime, here are photos of coriander, basil and tomatoes coming along nicely.

home-grwon tomatoes on the vine

wild strawberry
And a lone wild strawberry that survived the wood pigeons. They have such a great flavour, a bit like the impossible sweets from childhood. The strawberries, that is, not the pigeons.

6 comments:

Gwei Mui said...

If, and when you do sample the pigeons do tell us what they taste like!

Anna Chen said...

I believe they taste like chicken. But then everything does.

Gwei Mui said...

Yes why is that I do have to say that I've had snake and alligator and to my mind they did taste like chicken only rather fishy or pehpas that was me projecting becuase I'd heard that everythihng taste like chicken!

Anna Chen said...

Humans taste like pork. So I've heard it tell.

Chris said...

Wood pigeons actually taste great and nothing like chicken (much denser) or pork. But a little goes a long way.

John said...

As an Italian, I savor fresh basil and tomatoes. Unfortunately, I have such a tiny yard there is not much room for growing anything. I need to get creative. Right now I mooch from my relatives in the suburbs who have more room to grown things.