Wednesday, October 13, 2010

time lapse



Because it's part of a community garden, our garden has a definite end date- this Saturday!  I've begun harvesting the final crops (anybody have some good rutabaga recipes?) and really need to get cracking preserving things.
  
I'm feeling more than a little overwhelmed, but I'm hoping this video gives me the motivation I need because this is exactly what is going to happen in my kitchen if I don't get it together.

10 comments:

Ana Degenaar said...

This is so cool! I love this type of vids! I'll let you know if I find recipes!
xo

Dancing Branflake said...

I feel like a proud Auntie who has seen a baby grow up so fast. I can't believe this project has ended (for now). Kudos to you for sticking with it and loving your awesome garden so that it thrived before our eyes. Yay!

Mo Pie, Please said...

Gross! But excellent motivation! Get cracking, girl!

meemsnyc said...

Oooh, compost in action! That is cool! I love how the potato started sprouting!

la petite coquine said...

Amazing and kind of disgusting! Here's to plenty of yummy veggies all through winter!

Brandi said...

This is really interesting. I just came across photos of someone documenting the decay of a Happy Meal (180 days and nothing's happened yet). It's really fascinating to watch what happens to food when it's forgotten about.

abigail said...

My friend just sent me that same Happy Meal video! So gross! I can't believe that bugs didn't even go after it. ugh.

Jude said...

Hooray and congrats on seeing this garden project through! I'm amazed by anyone with green thumbs :) (And time lapse videos are so fascinating, always)

Krystal said...

haha, aw, good luck!

Sarah said...

Ew! I'm glad I watched this AFTER I made a giant cauldron of soup with all the random veg in my fridge. Eggplant/zucchini/broccoi/carrot soup. Sounds random but is delicious!