A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer

tomatoes - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Tomatoes in my vegetable garden
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Grape tomatoes
zucchini - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Zucchini
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Round zucchini

Cucumbers 1 - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Korean cucumbers
perilla leaves - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Perilla leaves (kkaennip/ggaennip)
vegetable garden - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
This is how it all began…
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Wild berries in my backyard
blue crabs - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
You want to guess what I’ve been making with these live blue crabs?
Washington Square - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Washington Square, NYC
  Williamsburg Bridge - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
NYC from Williamsburg Bridge – Moving my daughter from Brooklyn to Ann Arbor, MI
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En route to Ann Arbor on I-80 W
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Ann Arbor, MI

Pickled tomatoes - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Pickled tomatoes at Mani Osteria, Ann Arbor
Ohio cornfields - A Few of My Favorite Things This Summer
Beautiful drive home – Ohio cornfields along I-80 E

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  1. thewinegetter.com says

    Ah, but we only got back around that time from a trip. Send me an email next time you get into town! Would be lovely to meet you.

  2. thewinegetter.com says

    Let me know when you are in Ann Arbor next to visit your daughter! We could have a glass of wine together, if you care…I have found your recipes so helpful!

  3. Amazing garden!

  4. kumars kitchen says

    such an adorable and bountiful garden 🙂

  5. Frugal Flo says

    Did you “pickle” the crabs in soysauce? I forgot the name of the fish but I always wanted to learn and try the taste. Congratulations on a beautiful and successful move for your daughter 🙂 I hour your husband tended to the garden while you were in NY so they wouldn’t dry up hehe

    • Hyosun Ro says

      Yes, that’s called “ganjang gejang”. I also made spicy gejang. The recipes are coming soon. Well, actually my husband was the driver, and I was enjoying the ride, taking photos. Thanks to a relative who took care of the garden while we were gone. Hope you’re having a great summer. Thanks for coming by.