Baby Bok Choy (these are my favorite)
Tatsoi (top) and Pac Choi (bottom)
I *heart* green tea. I sometimes drink a cup or two a day. I'm behind on my magazine reading but had some time to catch up on February 2011's issue of Fine Gardening. In a little blurb, they mentioned that you may be seeing green tea in your garden center soon. WHAT?
Don't forget to sneak a peek at the full moon tonight. It'll be a super full moon and about 13% larger than normal. If you miss it, you'll have to wait another 18 years!
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Posted by ~Holly~ at 6:00 PM
I had the most delicious meal at Pok Pok. This is Yam Tuna (Thai style tuna salad with ginger, garlic, thai chilies, green onions, lemongrass, cherry tomatoes and canned Oregon albacore tuna in a spicy lime and fish sauce dressing). It's the most delicious canned Oregon albacore tuna you'll ever taste! I got the thai chilies on the side. Those little suckers sure pack a punch!
It's been another depressing day of news footage of Japan. The damage is devastating and loss of life is incomprehensible. One news story brought hope in a sea of despair. A 4 month old baby was found amid the rubble in Japan. It's a testament to how miraculous survival can be, even to the tiniest of lives.
I came across this the other night. The difference is gut-wrenching. In some areas, very little is left standing. Move the slider across the screen to see the devastation.
I just happened to fall asleep with the television on last night and awoke to BREAKING NEWS. I was fixated on the tv the rest of the night. I was horrified and my heart sank at the video they were showing of a 8.9 earthquake hitting just Northeast of Tokyo and the aftermath, a 20-30 foot wall of water washing ashore on Sendai. The tsunami that the quake triggered reached as far as 6 miles inland and devastated the coastal community.