The Joy of Winter Greens


Nothing dispels the gloom of a dark, cloudy winter day, than sprigs of fresh greens. During summer there are so many greens to eat, I feel like a cow grazing on thick pasture. But in the middle of winter, the few greens that manage to grow in the unheated hoop house are a welcome treasure. If I close my eyes and nibble on them, the sullen winter skies turn a brilliant summer blue.


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