“If you do not try to make food delicious, you will find that nature has made it so.”
Tonight at the dinner table as we enjoyed the crispness of tasty steamed green Mangere Pole beans and flavoursome, vivid blue, heritage Maori potatoes freshly picked from the garden, I realised the truth of Masanobu Fukuoka’s words.
My life is richer for being able to chat over the blogging community garden fences and to swap cooking tips in bloggers’ kitchens as they cook. Anything I know is because others have generously shared their wisdom or resources. Bill Mollison considers that
We’re only truly secure when we can look out our kitchen window and see our food growing and our friends working nearby.
Nā tō rourou, nā taku rourou ka ora ai te iwi With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive http://www.maori.cl/Proverbs.htm
This is my third challenge post. Thank you Carol for nominating me for a three-day quote challenge. Please check out Carol’s Food For Thought post at https://cookingforthetimechallenged.wordpress.com
In the fun spirit of voluntary participation of the challenge, nominees may choose to
- Post for three consecutive days
- Posts can be one or three quotes per day
- Nominate three different blogs per day
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