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A witty Australian gardener and photographer on YouTube.
Over 350 projects worldwide.
To garden is to fail.
What appears to make for a successful gardener are —
1. Accepting failure as “the process.”
2. Failing upwards (ie learning and problem solving with each failure).
3. Keep growing.
Same metaphor appears true in life too.
Special note: In gardening, as in life, the most epic fails later make the best stories.
Jesse James Retherford
June 1, 2021
I love to cook with fresh food, which took decades to cultivate, using recipes from cookbooks and the Internet. I eat fish, shrimp, chicken and pork (beef doesn't agree much with me). I have favorites of Thai, Italian, Greek, Indian, French, Cajun, and American dishes - to name a few. I make pork tenderloin with a wild blackberry-mustard sauce that is crazy good. I make an amazing apple cobbler with cardamom and about half the sugar as most recipes. I mostly stay away from sweets because I end up eating them all.