Ontario Fruit Basket

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I saved this basket from a recent market purchase and have been using it to collect the harvest at my community garden plot. I like the look of it.

Inside the basket is the harvest collected last Saturday evening: ‘Mojito Mint’, a zinnia, two kinds of sage, zucchini flowers, Mexican Sour Gherkins, ‘Crookneck’ squash, a green pepper, and some basil. I was going to pull out a bunch of garlic but I had run over to the garden in the spare minutes while waiting for the rice to cook and had to get back quickly or risk burning dinner.

Yep. That’s the just the kind of craziness I get up to on a Saturday night.

Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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3 thoughts on “Ontario Fruit Basket

  1. I made mint sorbet with my mojito mint! it was super easy and delicious!
    you can find sorbet recipes all over the internet and alter them to make a mint sorbet. you could do a lime mint sorbet! …and call it a mojito sorbet! :)

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