Pesto, garden exploration, & mint tea

Dino kale!

Dino kale!

It’s been a rip-roarin’ first week back in the garden complete with pesto from scratch, independent garden exploration w/ our nifty new signs (thanks UW volunteer Stephanie!), and our trusty chest warming mint tea. The signs allow kids to independently wander the garden nibbling with their friends and enjoying snacks at every turn.

pesto face

pesto face

Let’s eat, then eat some more- even if it’s a lil’ scary and looks like green slime. Pesto tastes delicious.

makin' it rain olive oil, surrounded by kiddo drawings

makin’ it rain olive oil, surrounded by kiddo drawings

More kindergarteners came out and enjoyed carrots and had a fabulous time too.

First day of kindergarten garden: priceless

First day of kindergarten garden: priceless

There is still much to harvest as we dig into the cabbages, greens, and potatoes that are off the hook this year. That means our trusty Orca stone soup and french fries are coming. Stay tuned.

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