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: glumshoe I can't do justice to one of the weirdest camp stories I know. My friend tells it so well, and I can offer only a pale shadow of his story. Last summer, he was working with one of the younger units comprised of ten year old boys. They had spent the night camping on another beach and were just readying themselves to depart. "Make sure you have all your things!" called my friend. "Don't leave anything behind!" One small boy came up, dragging a massive tangle of decomposing seaweed behind him. "But... what about me boy?" he asked, lip trembling. "...what is 'me boy'?" The child held up the stinking wad of bull kelp. "This is him. This is Me Boy." "Me Boy is not coming back with us," said his counselor. "You're going to leave Me Boy behind on the beach where he belongs." The campers loudly mourned the loss of Me Boy. They insisted on giving him a Viking burial at sea, which just consisted of pushing him solemnly off the back of the rowboat into the water and watching him drift away in the surf. That was only the beginning. Me Boy would be back. The campers, in true camp fashion, possessed some kind of cultic hive-mind and a predisposition for bizarre memes. Me Boy would not be forgotten. They started telling each other stories about Me Boy and how he would one day rise again. There were warring factions with contradicting dogmas about Me Boy. Only when the gardener allowed them to take home a zucchini she had harvested did they find their god, born anew. Me Boy, The Zucchini That Was A God, became the whole unit's mascot. The kids would bicker over who got to carry him. They built nests and carriers for Me Boy and brought him to different activities, fiercely defending him from those that would do him harm. One child appointed himself the Voice of Me Boy and would translate the zucchini's divine wishes into human speech. It got out of hand. Me Boy had become a distraction, a fixation, a violent controversy. Something had to be done. My friend, their counselor, took it upon himself to kill Me Boy. The children wailed in despair as he chopped their God into refreshing slices. With this sudden turn of fortune, followers of Me Boy turned to theophagy. "We must eat him to preserve his power!" they cried. Boys who would otherwise never have touched a vegetable ate greedily of this sacrament, eager to let Me Boy live on within them. For a time, it seemed that peace and order had been restored, and the religion had already faded into its silver age. But only for a time In the last few days of camp, the religion of Me Boy splintered into several denominations. Every meal yielded new vegetable matter said to be a reincarnation of Me Boy, only for opposing groups to dismiss these as false prophets. Some believed that Me Boy was gone. Others believed his spirit lived on, intangible, omnipresent. Some believed he had found a new vessel inside a carrot, a pear, a slice of cantaloupe... even inside a child. There was chaos, and strife, and heartbreak without the guidance of Me Boy. glumshoe I told this week's campers the story of Me Boy. Big mistake. They were absolutely delighted by it and started running around shouting and bringing me various items to examine to determine if they were, in fact, vessels of Me Boy. They had me tell the story four or five times over, and, when I refused to repeat it again, they'd tell it themselves. We went to the garden on Thursday and the kids spent the whole time collecting vegetable offerings for a zucchini they deemed an appropriate Me Boy proxy. On Friday, we had to come up with an impromptu skit to perform in front of a hundred or so people, and my campers forced me to narrate the story on stage while they acted it out behind me.
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: VIVE COMO PIENSAS qu茅 sembrar en SETIEMBRE SIEMBRA DIRECTA SEMILLERO CORRESPONDE AL HEMISFERIO SUR. MARZO PARA EL HEMISFERIO NORTE. ZANAHORIA REMOLACHA PEREJIL No le gusta el transplante Mantener siempre la humedad Necesitan un suelo profundo y suelto sin piedras ni hierbas. eEspaciado 10cms Germinaci贸n 15 d铆as Corta las ramitas que- necesites para las recetas Espaciado 10 cms Germinaci贸n 7-10 d铆as 1 Asociar con Repollo, colior, Lechuga, Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 20 dias Asociar co Ledhwga, toenate, escarola rabanitos, repollo, cebolla, arvejas Asociar con: Tomate, ranahoris, eiplerago, ajo, br贸col, puerra, cebolla - ARVEJAS 袧袗袙AS LECHUCA Hacer tutores No encharcar Hacer tutoros Saca las hojas que necesites Mantener humedad Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 7 dias Espaciado 30 cms Germinaci贸n 15 d铆as Espaciado 30 cms Germinaci贸n 15 dias Asociar con: Repollo, tanahoria, t谩bano, lechupt Asociar cons acelga, rabanito, reemolacha, zanahoria, repollo, puerro, cebola. Asociar con zanahoria ropollo, coiftor PUERRO RABANITO APIO Mucho riego Media sombra R谩pido y sencillo Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 20 dias Espaciado 10 cms Germinaci贸n 7 d铆as Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 12 dias Asoclar con Zanahor铆a, espinaca, lechugs, anveja, tomate. Asociar cone zanahorla, apio, lochuga, tomato. Asnciar con ltechoga, puero MORRON TOMATE ZUCCHINI Sembrar en un lugar protegido del frio Sus flores atraen Sembrar en un lugar protegido del frio abejas necesarias para su polinizaci贸n Espaciado 40 cms Germinaci贸n 5-10 dias Espaciado 20 cms Germinaci贸n 3-6 d铆as Espaciado 90 cms Germinadn 10 dias ESPINACA CEBOLLA ACELGA Poco riego y no encharcar Corta las hojas que necesites en el momento Soporta bien el frio ee Espaciado 10 cms Germinaci贸n 12 dias Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 6-10 d铆as Espaciado 30 cms Germinaci贸n 10o d铆as Asoclar con Ropollo, remotacha. colfor, beocoll. Asociar con Repolo, lechwga, escarela, cobola, coliflor Asociar conc Zanahorias MELON BERENJENA ACHICORIA Mantener humedad Sembrar en un lugar Suelo profundo y buen drenaje. No encharcar. 1 constante protegido Espaciado 50 cms Germinaci贸n 7-10 d铆as Espaciado 90 cms Germinaci贸n 12 dias Espaciado 30 cms RUCULA ZAPALLO SANDIA Es 煤til entutorarlos para ahorrar espacio Espaciado 100 cms Puedes cosechar sus hojas sin Mantener humedad arrancar la planta. del suelo constante .Espaciado 15 cms Germinaci贸n 14 d铆as Espaciado 90 cms Germinaci贸n 12 d铆as Gorminack贸n 18 d铆as Asociar con: arveja, habas, cebolla, borraja, mani, rbono Asoclar conc tomate, zanahorias, cebollas, lechagas o morm贸n www.VIVECOMOPIENSAS.COM FUENTE: JARDINERIAPLANTASYFLORES.COM
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zucchini: COOKSMARTS GUIDE TO FLAVORING WITH FRESH HERBS This Guide has everything you need to know about how to properly store and cook with fresh herbs. Use them to add flavor and freshness to your meals! BASIL SWEET, PEPPERY KEY CHIVES FLAVOR PROFILE MILDER-ONION PRODUCE PROTEINS POTATOES, ASPARAGUS. ONIONS, LEEKS BELL PEPPERS, EGGPLANT TOMATOES, ZUCCHINI CHICKEN, BEEF, FISH, TOFU CHICKEN, FISH, SHELLFISH, EGGS USE IN GARNISHES, DIPS, SOUPS, SAUCES, RISOTTOS, RICE PESTOS, TOMATO SAUCES, SOUPS, STEWS STIR FRIES, CURRIES HOW TO STORE IN A JAR, COUNTERTOP FOR 7-10 DAYS ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, 10-14 DAYS CILANTRO BRIGHT, CITRUSY DILL LEMONGRASS GRASSY ZESTY, CITRUSY CABBAGE, POTATOES, CUCUMBERS CARROTS, GREEN BEANS, TOMATOES AVOCADO, TOMATOES, BELL PEPPERS BELL PEPPERS, TOMATOES CHICKEN, FISH, SHELLFISH, LAMB LENTILS, TOFU FISH, SHELLFISH CHICKEN, BEEF, PORK, FISH OMELETS, YOGURT DISHES, POTATO ASIAN SOUPS, RICE, CURRIES MARINADES, TEAS SALSAS, GUACAMOLE, CHUTNEYS, SOUPS, CURRIES, SALADS SALAD SAUCES, SALAD DRESSINGS ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS IN A JAR, IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 7-10 DAYS MINT SWEET, COOL OREGANO PUNGENT, PEPPERY MARJORAM GRASSY, SLIGHTLY SWEET CARROTS, EGGPLANT WATERMELON, MUSHROOMS TOMATOES, POTATOES, ZUCCHINI ARTICHOKES, BELL PEPPERS, EGGPLANT, MUSHROOMS TOMATOES, POTATOES, ZUCCHINI CARROTS, MUSHROOMS, PEAS SPINACH, ZUCCHINI, TOMATOES CHICKEN, BEEF BEANS LENTILS, LAMB CHICKEN, BEEF, LAMB, FISH TOMATO SAUCES, PIZZAS SALAD DRESSINGS FRUIT SALADS, CURRIES, CREAM SAUCES, SOUPS, MARINADES STUFFINGS, SALAD DRESSINGS, SOUPS, RISOTTOS, BROWN BUTTER SAUCE ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS IN A JAR, IN THE FRIDGE FOR 7-10 DAYS ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE FOR 10-14 DAYS PARSLEY SAGE ROSEMARY WOODY FRESH, GRASSY WOODY, PUNGENT MUSHROOMS, PEAS TOMATOES, POTATOES MUSHROOMS, PEAS, POTATOES TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS, ZUCCHINI BRUSSEL SPROUTS, EGGPLANT, PEAS, WINTER SQUASH CHICKEN, LAMB, PORK, FISH PORK, BEEF, TURKEY LAMB, BEEF, CHICKEN, FISH, TOFU FOCACCIA BREAD, TOMATO SAUCES, PIZZA, SOUPS, STEWS ROASTED VEGGIES STUFFINGS, SALAD DRESSINGS SOUPS, RISOTTOS, BROWN BUTTER SAUCES, SALADS, GARNISHES SAUCE, ROASTED VEGGIES IN A JAR, IN THE FRIDGE ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL FOR 7-10 DAYS IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS TARRAGON THYME COOKING TIP FOR FRESH HERBS PEPPERY, LICORICE MINTY If you'd like to use fresh herbs instead of dried herbs in a recipe, add 3-4 times CARROTS, PEAS POTATOES ARTICHOKES, CARROTS, LEEKS MUSHROOMS, POTATOES, SPINACH WINTER SQUASH, TOMATOES more fresh herbs than the recipe calls for and add it in at the end. CHICKEN, BEEF, LAMB, FISH CHICKEN, PORK, LAMB, DUCK, FISH OMELETS, GAZPACHOS, SALAD DRESSINGS, GARNISHES RICE, DIPS, STEWS, ROASTED VEGGIES, TOMATO SAUCES IN A JAR, IN THE FRIDGE ROLLED IN A DAMP PAPER TOWEL IN THE FRIDGE, FOR 10-14 DAYS FOR 10-14 DAYS HOW TO STORE FRESH HERBS "PLANTING" METHOD 1 Trim the base of the stems with scissors or a knife Fill a jar (an old condiment jar works great) about 2 1/3 to halfway with cold water 3 Place the cut stems into the water Cover the jar with a plastic bag Secure with a rubber band at the base of jar to 5 enclose the bag around the jar Place the "planted" herb in the fridge or leave it out on the countertop depending on the herb TOWEL METHOD 1 Wrap the herbs in a damp paper towel 2 Put the wrapped herbs in a Ziploc bag 3Place the herbs in the fridge To learn more about adding flavor to your meals visit cooksmarts.com/flavor brought to you by COOKSMARTS helping home cooks live happier, simpler, smarter in the kitchen DOLE D O
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