I meant to post the first part of this post earlier, and then I meant to participate in Harvest Monday, and hey, look, it's Tuesday, and here I am tossing a quick post off before posting about the past couple of days' other activities. . .
I had planned to save my medium-and-small sized potatoes as seed potatoes, but then realized that I don't want to grow these varieties again. What to do with the seed potatoes?
Throw them in an egg and sausage dish for a neighborhood brunch!
Mornings are my walk around the garden time, and some days I get company. We had our breakfast out there too.
Just in time, as the tomatillo onslaught has been tamed, comes the next overwhelming harvest. Cucumbers continue to overwhelm.
That particular first ripe bean won't bother anyone ever again, because my helper munched it up.
The end of the morning walk yielded a whole whack of stuff. I could hardly get it all in the house.
The rest of Sunday was spent making pickles. Yesterday I did bees, and today it's enchilada sauce and honey. All day long. I'm feeling the push push push of the summer garden, and the tomatoes aren't even done.
Harvest Monday - April 24, 2107
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