The Fort Worth Japanese Gardens united culture with horticulture this Saturday and Sunday as they celebrated spring. It was an explosion of Japanese culture as stone, earth, leaf and water became one in the seven acre land of wonder. I interviewed a chef who learned her recipes from her mom and wanted to treasure them in a cookbook. Recipes need to be passed down so they are not forgotten. The art of Origami is also a tradition children had fun to make. The Imperial Carp known as Koi were well fed as children and adults enjoyed feeding them. It was a colorful spring festival filled with wonder.
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