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What Did You Cook and Eat From Your Garden Today?

Discussion in 'The Harvest: Recipes, Canning, Preserving' started by baymule, May 31, 2014.

  1. Jun 30, 2015
    journey11

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    Yeah, tilling just multiplies it. It will root from a tiny piece, just like a succulent. Well, it is a succulent, I mean.
     
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    Impressive harvest you have there Cat.

    Mary
     
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    jackb

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    The Matilde cucumbers in the greenhouse are coming fast and furious, so I had to get serious about making pickles. This afternoon I will be pickling garlic scapes. You have to love it when your hard work starts to pay dividends.

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    jackb

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    Well, I am lacto-fermenting the garlic scapes, this should be a thrill for the old palate.
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    @jackb what will yo do with them?
     
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    digitS'

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    Had that pumpkin pasta casserole yesterday but also cut up and baked this:

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    The picture first appeared in @catjac1975 's "show off your pumpkins" thread, here: LINK (There is a later picture of it after frost killed the vine during the last days of September ...)

    The yield from this winter squash was 19.5# of pulp! I'm waiting right now for a couple of pies to bake and have just finished my 2nd breakfast, this time with pumpkin (squash) pancakes :).

    Steve
     
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    definitely going to get my winter squash in the ground a lot earlier next year.....
     

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