a) a delicious thick soup featured in Lousianan cuisine that typically contains "a strongly-flavored stock, meat or shellfish, a thickener, and seasoning vegetables, which can include celery, bell peppers, and onions (a trio known in Cajun cuisine as the 'holy trinity')."
b)The plasticine-textured glop that is rock-hard when dry, impervious when wet, and passes for soil in the area in which I live?
The answer, here, is b) and c) the bane of my gardening spring. At my job, I have been working with 5400 square feet of this muck, which, despite the application of countless bucketloads of topsoil, still looks like this:
We need to get on the institutional composting, stat.
What is the soil typically like where you are?