Sounds like meat, as opposed to accompanying meat.
- ‘Bacon’ Bush Bean – I am guessing it doesn’t actually taste like bacon although meat lovers everywhere would like for someone to get on that, stat!
- ‘Caseknife’ Bush Bean
- ‘Bloody Butcher’ Tomato – Don’t hurt me!
- ‘Jack Rabbit Kidney’ Snap Bean
- ‘Deer Tongue’ Leaf Lettuce – Has got to be a delicacy somewhere in the world.
- ‘Goose Liver’ Bush Bean
- ‘Butter and Bull Heart’ Tomato – This variety is even described as “meaty.”
- ‘Lea’s Supersteak’ Tomato – Sounds like a steak eating contest.
- ‘Top Sirloin’ Tomato
- ‘Bull’s Blood’ Beet – I really love growing this variety. The dark burgundy leaves are gorgeous paired with silver and chartreuse plants.
In the hands of Jennifer Perkins.
Mouse and Trowel Awards 2008 – Vote for your favourite garden blogs.
Earth Hour – Turn your lights off for an hour starting at 8pm tomorrow night. March 29, 2008.
Buying Organic – This buying guide chart from Good Magazine illustrates the who’s who of the burgeoning organic food market. Not the small independents you might have suspected. via Heather Ink
Organic Miracle Needed – An article from Forbe’s magazine about Miracle Gro’s attempt at “owning” the organic gardening market. Thanks Renee.
Unmarketable: Brandalism, Copyfighting, Mocketing, and the Erosion of Integrity – This book from the co-editor of Punk Planet explores the ways corporate culture has co-opted the D.I.Y style and language of the grassroots and how in turn artists, D.I.Yers etc have inadvertently or intentionally forwarded a corporate agenda through their own work.
-from February 2008 issue of BBC’s Garden’s Illustrated magazine.
- page 12
At Jos Coffee (p.s. they serve good coffee).