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Aubergine forest

10 July, 2013

Larry lives on the windowsill on the other side of the office, along with the rest of his family. On the windowsill next to my desk is my other project, my aubergine forest. No more than greenery as yet, but the buds which will form flowers to be pollenated into aubergines are beginning to appear. Before the summer is out, I will be eating my favourite vegetable from plants which are, if not homegrown, then at least workgrown.



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  1. I admit it, I actually had to look up ‘aubergine’ because I don’t always understand English 😉 (although shame on me since I’ve been known to dye my hair the same color and should have figured it out) I love eggplant but I think aubergine is a much better word; either way, I especially love it sliced paper-thin, breaded and fried with (here we go again with different food names) gravy/spaghetti sauce/Italian gravy/red sauce (or whatever you call it) and topped with a ton of mozzarella cheese and now I’m craving eggplant parmesan. 😀

  2. ‘Work grown’ I do believe you could be on to something there… xx

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