Kat Kinsman of Eatocracy: Woman After My Own Heart

I really enjoy Kat Kinsman’s playfully broad definition of food reporting on CNN’s Eatocracy site, and she makes me laugh on Twitter. But today, she ventures into the vegetable garden in a delightfully sloppy and inexpert way, with precisely the right message for beginners: Don’t worry if you’re doing it right. Just do it.

Posted by on March 28, 2012 at 2:56 pm, in the category Uncategorized.
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5 responses to “Kat Kinsman of Eatocracy: Woman After My Own Heart”

  1. emily says:

    I like the advice to start small. Not so daunting – you don’t have to start out building raised beds and erecting fences. You can just plant some seeds next to your back door.

    I am intrigued by the thought of growing corn on the roof. I’ll bet she doesn’t have problems with raccoons.

  2. greg draiss says:

    Just do it……..love the fact that someone is telling folks just get your hands dirty……

    Now leave my lawn alone….just leave it alone.

    The TROLL

  3. Robin says:

    “You can put dirt in an old pair of tights…”

    That’s awesome! She’s fantastic. It really is that simple.

  4. Grow just one thing! You’ll love it. And remember, tomatoes are the gateway drug to vegetable gardening.

  5. Too broke? Too busy? Too…nope. We’re having none of that. This is the year you garden.