Rather interesting. It is on the Food Network right now. Now I'm not saying this to start an arguement I am just wondering. I looked at the family in Norfork Virginia. I see their front yard and I just wonder how big their back yard is. Why are they not tearing up their grass and growing a garden? Neighborhood regulations maybe? Tomato plants along the foundation. Zuchinni plants in there too. Bush green beans too. When we were broke my garden kept us in fresh food. I remember several years ago when potato farmers offered semi loads of potatos to the local food banks. They were turned down because the food banks do not accept fresh produce. The farmers just dumped them outside the food banks and called the local radio stations and local TV stations and told people that they were there for the taking. Tons of people showed up and took them. Nothing wrong with the potatos except they needed to be washed. When we butcher a beef every 6 months we donate the beef we have left over from the previous butching to Meals On Wheels. every Thanksgiving I hit the store and buy around $300-$400 worth of groceries for them. I hit it right this year and got things on sale and filled 2 shopping carts with turkey's hams, stuffing and pies. Already planning next yeas donation.