This and That

Tortillas. Again.
Just as we seemed to be back on track, the tortilla guy flaked and quit the business with no warning. I feel your pain but there's nothing I can do. He just up and left us in the dark. The plan is for us to open our own facility and not depend on anyone else but the there's going to be a learning curve. We have no scheduled date to bring them back.

New at the Market this Saturday
We'll have some bags of locally grown lupin bean flour. Lupin is a winter crop and supposedly loaded with protein and of course I don't care much about health issues but I think for some people this is exciting news. I don't even really know what protein is. The lupin flour has no gluten and I'm sure there are all sorts of things you can do with it and I hope if you experiment with a bag, you'll tell me.

The Splendid Table
I was a guest on everyone's favorite radio show, The Splendid Table. Lynne Rossetto Kasper is last word in hosting. I felt comfortable and welcome and she made me sound pretty good, I think. You can hear the podcast here.

1 Comment on This and That

  1. I was so excited to hear you and went straight to Amazon and ordered your book. It was here in two days and it’s gorgeous. Timely, as I had just joined Seed Savers this winter in order to grow heirloom beans! I had no real reason to do so–I just wanted to make a really pretty soup bean mix. I’ve never grown beans for drying before, so I was hoping your book had some tips to that end. But now that I’ve found this blog, I shall eagerly read my way through the gardening entries. Your own tortillas–well done! I ordered peanut and popcorn seeds with the hopes of growning my own crackerjack… Anyway, thanks for appearing on The Splendid Table just when I’d gotten the bean bug!

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