As the vegetable garden winds to an end, I turn my harvest chores to the figs, persimmons and Chinese chestnuts.
Our nut grove is now a sheep pasture, which is prefect for them because they have pasture and shade from all sorts of nut trees.
As it turns out, it looks like my ewes and I share a favorite in the Chinese chestnut. After they eat their daily grain ration they snack on chestnuts that have fallen to the ground.
I first learned to enjoy roasted chestnuts when I lived in France as a college exchange student.
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