June 25, 2013

Rains destroy lettuce crop...

... at Meadhouse:

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18 comments:

Clyde said...

The blues for the greens.

Sharc said...

Looks like the special at a high-end vegetarian restaurant. Black bean hummus with curly endive. Or maybe it's humus?

Jeff Teal said...

Quick Break out the salad spinner.Think baby greens with feta and dijon vinaigrette.

Bryan C said...

Ruined! If only the Republicans hadn't rejected that farm bill.

Surfed said...
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Surfed said...

And last year there was no rain in Madison. I spent the summer in Lake Geneva and there wasn't any rain there either it being just down the road a piece. Already lost two tomato plants here in North Florida to the rain. But we're sub-tropical and it goes with the territory...

traditionalguy said...

Was that rain, or did Rob Roy come over and mark his territory? Damn big dog.

Pogo said...

The sequester continues its destructive path.

edutcher said...

Sorry about that.

Were the rains that heavy?

They've been promising here for almost a week, but we get nothing.

garage mahal said...

Drill a few holes in the bottom of that pot.

Tibore said...

Looks unappetizingly like some sprouts-and-someother something I was offered once at a health food "bar".

I declined.

lemondog said...

Where's the lettuce...photo appears to show herbs with sludge.

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Series of drenching rains in Philadelphia. Flowers look nice.

rhhardin said...

I get the house-brand bagged romaine.

I grow only food for birds.

The Washington Hawthorne has been a failure because the birds eat it all in the autumn and there's never anything left for the winter.

The Smooth Sumac has done best, not only providing the house with effective and light-weight summer shade but providing berries that the birds hate so they're always left in late winter for birds with much lower standards.

It's banned in some states as a weed.

Inga said...

Wilted lettuce salad. Add bacon.

betamax3000 said...

Re: "Rains destroy lettuce crop..."

The Washington Post would put This Behind its PayWall.

Kevin said...

I thought it was a Pho soup or something.

rhhardin said...

I used to grow mung bean sprouts, which never involved more than a bowl and wet paper towels.

Nothing about weather mattered.

Hazy Dave said...

The bunnies are harvesting all of our crops, this year.