In the words of the esteemed late American food writer, M. F. K. Fisher, “There are many ways to love a vegetable. The most sensible way is to love it well-treated” (How to Cook a Wolf). And probably the most sensible way to treat your vegetables well is to pick up your trowel and lovingly plant your own vegetable garden. Selecting your seeds, tilling the dirt, treating the plants organically, and letting Mother Nature do her share leads straight to vegetable love. What else can rival the taste sensations of eating just-picked vegetables?