What are You Eating from the Garden?

Dahlia

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I gathered and enjoyed more miner's lettuce today! Here's a pic of it that I rinsed that is ready to become our salad!
 

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ducks4you

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Harvested some radishes that I PLANTED IN MARCH AND TOOK F O R E V E R to come up!!!
French Breakfast, btw.
Also, we eat 2-3 stuffed pepper meals/month, made with tomatoes that I have canned.
DH does the labeling, bc once I can I don't have the patience to write on the lids neatly with a Sharpie.
 

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Today we harvested a few apples (Pettingill, small sweet but with a bit of 'zing', but it's a very young tree so just a few apples), several red sweet peppers, some purple kale, a few tomatoes (Black Cherry & Bedouin), some mulberries and some tea leaves. Also mint and mamaki tea, so we had a tea party. The lettuce went to seed, and the new lettuce is barely sprouted so no lettuce to eat today.
 

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Well,

it can't compare with peas and new potatoes, but we had our first green onions from the garden ;). It's been a long time since the first of February when those seeds went in to soil mix in the cold greenhouse!

I'll tell you tho', I am 100% tired of TOUGH green onions from the supermarket! Green onions should be tender ... tender. I've just about stopped using the term "scallions." It sounds kinda rascally - I don't like rascally onions.

:) Steve
 

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Well,

it can't compare with peas and new potatoes, but we had our first green onions from the garden ;). It's been a long time since the first of February when those seeds went in to soil mix in the cold greenhouse!

I'll tell you tho', I am 100% tired of TOUGH green onions from the supermarket! Green onions should be tender ... tender. I've just about stopped using the term "scallions." It sounds kinda rascally - I don't like rascally onions.

:) Steve

if you sing while chopping them you could be a rapscallion...
 
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