Got a lot of blackberries? Then check out this recipe for Blackberry Mojito Fruit Leather.

I'm not a huge fan of fruit leathers, but this turned out super good! And, really, you can't go wrong with blackberries, mint and rum.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle book club - WTF?

Eek! I haven't been keeping up on my discussion posts. Since I am quite a few chapters in, I do intend on picking it up in the next week and posting the second Book Club Discussion post soon. Although I suspect you guys have all finished reading it already. Let me know where you all are in the book.

For those of you who just found out about it, feel free to jump aboard the book club bandwagon.

Your patience is much appreciated!

9 comments:

guh! said...

Finished. Trying to prepared mentally for bee hives and chickens. Looking for land. Living in usual fantasy world. (and so glad that things are going well enough that you have time to think about reading!)

Sandy said...

Finished long ago, but loved it and am happy to do a refresher to keep up with the book reading.

Hope Mr. Crunchy can participate as well!

Trina said...

Finished but, like Sandy, I'm up for to rereading it to participate in the discussions.

Chile said...

Getting close to the end of it. This is good, because it's a borrowed copy that I really should return.

Catherine said...

I got it late so I'm in the middle of it. I'm new to all this and have very little interest in gardening so I've been fascinated by her reporting and have looked into a local CSA. I'm looking forward to participating in the next discussion.

Deb G said...

I'm about half way through, my new kitten is very distracting :) I am really enjoying it.

Oldnovice said...

I put it on hold just this week, so don't know how much I'll get read before discussion surpasses those chapters, but it seemed like a good idea to get back into some "dead-tree" reading for a while.

Beth in the Fake Plastic Fish Tank said...

Finished. Although I don't grow my own food, the book has been really helpful for figuring out what is most likely local or imported at the grocery store. And also helped me understand the seasonal nature of the produce at the farmer's market. It's also given me a much bigger appreciation of local farmers and desire to support them.

Robbyn said...

Finished it...I'm not sure how to participate in the discussion group...do I have to sign in or something?

Love the book and will love to see what everyone else got from it, too :)

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