Tom grew up in Milwaukee, bartended in Wauwatosa in the '70s and moved here in 1984.
Commentary, observations and musings about the outdoors, life in general and maybe Tosa politics and personalities will be the order of the day. He savors a lively debate as much as terrific cooking.
The garden has recovered nicely and fresh veggies are rolling in the door and finding their way to the table and freezer.
Been picking green beans, peas, kale and a couple varieties of lettuce. The radishes are finished for the present and I'll sow more when the weather turns cooler.
While out on my bicycle I stumbled across this curious ode to religious expression-
This is a weird bit of gastronomical trivia from the Mayfair Mall of yore.
You could find a kettle of this on the salad bar of a certain restaurant.
Considering I had to replant my sweet corn I now have high hopes of harvesting a crop before too long.
This year's nesting has drawn to a close.
However, something else that has been going-on in the background that deserves mention.
Wisconsin is home to an estimated 740 million ash trees - most of them found in the forests across the state with more than 5 million of those trees to be found in our urban communities.
Since I last posted on this subject in May of this year the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has been discovered in Wisconsin.