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01/02/2012

The Year in Food: 2011-2012 Photojournal

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This winter has alternated between sudden snows and surprisingly warm, wet conditions.

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Digging these Jerusalem artichokes was easy as late as November, though the ground stayed soft through December.

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Getting out for some sun and exercise in the winter, and working up an appetite for hearty root vegetables.

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Fall greens and mature lettuces thrived as a long, mild autumn did not succumb to any sudden fall frosts.

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Welcome visitors to the garden were 'spotted' on these lemongrass transplants brought inside for the winter.

All photos (c) 2012 Gabriel Biber

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First shot of the frosted trees is just beautiful. Haven't seen much snow in the area this year, but that photo almost makes me miss it...

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