Monday, October 02, 2017

A Brand New Month

A neighbor's ode to Fall







I lost a book. It wasn't a very big book. Nor was it a very expensive book. But, I lost it and it is bugging me senseless. I bought this book a few years ago when I first became interested in adding more variety to my vegetable knowledge, palate, and plate.

As you may have surmised the book mostly sat on a shelf and my vegetable prowess remained status quo, with the same old notes being played and sung. Every few weeks the interest would re-emerge, the book would come out, some notes would be taken and then, nothing. 

The book would go back on the shelf in one clutter clearing frenzied moment to be forgotten about until the next time. 

Saturday just passed was the next time. All shelves checked. All stacks reviewed. No book. I can not only remember the last time I had it but of course, cannot remember where I stuck it. 

The book is lost. Heck, it may even be gone; donated to the Friends of the Library for the annual used book sale. But, while the book may be lost, the desire to add more variety to my vegetable knowledge, palate, and plate lives on. 

Next up: Spaghetti Squash.
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12 comments:

  1. One of the best things about the internet - unlimited access to veggie knowledge and recipes. You've no excuse : )

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    1. One of the not so great things about the internet - unlimited access to distrations galore.

      But yes, much knowledge and pretty pictures. :-)

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  3. Ah! I get the feeling...I lost a book recently during a travel and it bugs me till date and i feel sad when ever i remember that :-(

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  4. I totally understand. I get crazy when I lose a book too.

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    1. Good to know I am not alone. :-)

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  5. I hope the book turns up, or a suitable replacement comes your way. Vegetables are out there!

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    1. I think IT may be gone. But there are others and other options. Yes, vegetables waiting to be discovered and prepared.

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  6. Where do these lost things go? I swear I spend half my life poking around looking for things I KNOW I must still have somewhere.

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    1. I know. Bad enough at home but work too. Gah.

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