What are You Eating from the Garden?

Phaedra

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Chicken soup with cherry radish and carrot (also a bit ginger and scallion), so nice
Soup season is coming!
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agreed! just having fresh tomatoes on hand all the time is great and now that i have the sweet onions up i can have those and and tomatoes at the same time. pretty much the main ingedients on hand for a delux cheeseburger too which may happen sometime within a few days.
Yummy looking dinner! 😋 Looks like you cooked up a roast? Have you ever tried cooking your beef roast in a pressure cooker? I have started doing that recently and the pressure cooking method makes the most tender roast ever!! I always make plenty of gravy to go with it.
 

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We were invited to a dinner with our neighbours yesterday, and we were able to harvest fruits and vegetables from the garden to add to a charcuterie board-- a nice late summer treat. I watched this chef's video for inspiration (https://www.billyparisi.com/how-to-make-a-charcuterie-board/), as well as consulting a fabulous book that I had received as a retirement gift a few years ago (https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/books/564545/on-boards-by-lisa-dawn-bolton/9780147531148).
Did you grow all of those grapes?
 

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chili today, onions, green peppers and tomatoes came from the garden. about five gallons broke into three batches (wimpy, regular and extra dark). extra dark i just had for a late dinner about an hour ago, good. :) not sure if Mom will be able to handle wimpy, but we'll see what tomorrow brings...
 

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The same as CD.
Asparagus, but I give it all away.
Got chives but they will likely just go to flowers.

THANX RICH
I always let my chives go to flowers early and when they are done, I cut them down and let them grow for recipes. Here at 6000 feet, my asparagus comes on really late! It a tually just quit sending up new shoots! Since I only moved it here 2 seasons ago, I haven’t cut much, but hope to next year. My cabbage. Ones early so I eat a lot of that. Salad is another early goodie. We eat carrot thinnings all summer, and new potatoes.
 

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