One Man's Paradise

You Know It’s Spring… [№ 2]

when you open your pantry and you realize the selection of delicious jam from last years berry harvest is dwindling. And those jars of dried mushrooms are disappearing, too.

There is still plenty of salmon in the freezer, but the next spawning season is months away. Around goes the cycle of consumption and replenishment .

Appreciating everything nature has to offer.


“Nature’s first green is gold.”

Robert Frost


 

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Yellow skunk cabbage, Lysichiton americanum

 

 

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4 thoughts on “You Know It’s Spring… [№ 2]

  1. Home-grown/made produce sounds good to me.

    Most of our fresh salmon is farmed. The Tasmanian salmon is lovely, but the New Zealand salmon is too oily for my taste buds.

    Nice shot of the skunk cabbage. I assume it has a terrible smell by its name?

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