Sarah is moving into a new role at work.
Abby gives a rave review of the Tushy she got for her birthday.
Sarah listened to What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat by Aubrey Gordon and Abby read C.L. Polk’s The Midnight Bargain.
How our gardens grow
We discuss our gardening history, current status, aspirations, and favorite and least favorite things. Take a photo of a plant you love and tag us (@friendlierpodcast) in your story on Instagram.
Abby’s been enjoying avocado toast with sunflower seeds and Sarah is into salads lately, including one from the co-op with spinach, goat cheese, blueberries, and red onions and a homemade one with spinach, pepperoncini, olives, tomatoes, and feta.
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2 thoughts on “How our gardens grow”
This was such a fun episode! Do you have any other book recs like Animal, Vegetable, Miracle? I loved that one, but have never found anything quite equal to it, in terms of writing. I’m also a big local foodie/supporter, though we are just getting our garden started after moving out of NYC.
Hi Kelcey! Thanks for listening. Two other farming memoirs that I liked were: The Dirty Life: On Farming, Food, and Love by Kristin Kimball and Farm City: the Education of an Urban Farmer by Novella Carpenter. I won’t say the writing is equal to AVM (Kingsolver is the queen!), but they were solid farming/gardening memoirs that I liked when I read them. -A