Old people in supermarkets and other public places sometimes have a diffident look about them as though they are on parole and are being watched for good behaviour. A thought prompted by couple of oldies who waver in the check-out queue as though not certain of their place in such a purposeful world I do not include myself in this category. Yet.
The climbing French beans in the garden are on the edge of a glut. The blue skinned variety are disguised by shadows which mimic their shape when you go to pick them ; the plump green one by their colour which is the same as the leaves and stems among which they hang.
I'm diving in here while the comment box is open, I've not been able to get through for weeks!
You could always let the beans go over and harvest them as dried beans - has-beans even...
Good to hear from you Lucy. I don't know why from time to time visitors have difficulty in commenting in Best of Now. It is a mystery to me. I have tried to open the blog myself in the guise of a visitor. Occasionally I have the same difficulty.
I invariably let the beans become have beans. Haricots secs I guess. Very nice in soup, or blanched and then tossed in a pan with olive oil and garlic.
Thank you for being yoou
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