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May 10, 2010


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Looks delicious. Nothing better than fresh greens and veggies from your own garden.

Window On The Prairie

Sounds like a wonderful mix of flavors.

Sylvie in Rappahannock

Julia - congrats on the arugula harvest. It feels good, doesn't it?

I probably don't need to etll you this: but if you keep cutting the thickened stems (and water well), they'll keep producing leaves longer (and will be sending smaller stalks). On the other hands, the flowers are edible, and if you let the arugula go to seeds, it's likely to naturalize. A bonus... or not... depends on your gardening style.

I have not visited many old time fav blogs for a while. Glad to see the blog is doing well, you are still writing scrumptious recipes for the rest of us to drool over (and I like the new blog format)

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