Now there’s something worth looking at inside the greenhouse.  I’ve been seeding every week since late February, trying to keep a schedule in order and figuring out different little tricks as I go.  I’m most excited about the unique varieties of tomato, eggplant and pepper that were saved with organic farmers from the Alternative Agriculture Network -Esan (AAN).

The little seedlings above are a variety of cherry tomato that has been exchanged throughout the AAN in Thailand and I’ve brought (illegally) to the U.S.  These cherries are sweet and sour, perfect for making som tam – the papaya salad dish you can often find at Thai restaurants.  Hopefully by July I’ll have something that looks like this: