"Olive Branch", says the man that helped turn the place into an electronic equivalent of the Sahara Desert.
You should be offering me and the rest of the members one.
I don't have a camera nowadays, apart from what's on the cellphone. Still gardening though. I now have an allotment and grow food as well as I am able. We have sacks of onions and potatoes stored, shelves of squashes and marrows, and the freezer's packed with various vegetables and fruit, and fruit-n-veggie-based.... stuff.
Cooking has become much more of pleasure than a chore, because using food you have grown, organically of course, seems to give one just that extra bit of pleasure and appreciation. I still keep chickens as well, so we also supply our own eggs and take an occasional bird for the table.
All together it save us a small fortune in food over the year. Times are getting tough here, we need to do what we can to help ourselves.