Please come on an entertaining little armchair video tour with me as I travel around the world in Ten Fascinating Food Gardens.
We begin our journey of earthy delights with a quick visit to the Rhondda Valley in Wales and a chat with Terry Walton. I am a regular listener to his down-home podcasts and I have always wanted to see his garden. I hope we have time for a cup of tea in his pal Albies's shed!
In need of some urbane sophistication after that trip to the countryside? Let's just jet over to New York City. You don't suppose we would have time to grab a genuine deli bagel and schmear now do you?
Ever dream of going on a big game safari? Well today we will bag big eggplants in Uganda with Atai Lorna Hope and her friends.
From the simple to the sublime in Vancouver Canada.
Now lets go to the lowest dry point on earth to the Dead Sea Valley in Jordan. Why not, we'll only be gone about 5 minutes and you can grab a nice cool lemonade when we get back.
Ok, uh, we have to make a little unplanned stop in Australia. Help out a friend. No, uh, nothing exactly illegal, but, um, you have on good running shoes right?
I hope you don't suffer from altitude sickness because we're off to the Siberia of the Austrian Alps at 5000 feet to visit agro-rebel Sepp Holzer. Bring a warm coat. Yodel-hey-hee-hoo!
Feeling chilled? Lets go to Cuba. Red hot and so green! Maybe we'll have time for a quick salsa…
I would really like to visit Will Allen's garden in Milwaukee. He's a former pro basketball player who has become an urban farm expert. And not some yuppie farm either.
Hey we got our last minute short-term visas to visit China. I wish we could spend more time there; I have so many questions.
We end our tour back in the UK (via Alabama!) with this bonus blog site, because even Lisa C. does not live by vegetable gardens alone!
Thanks for joining me. Have a safe trip home. See you next time.
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