Monday, 24 July 2017

Harvest Monday: July 24, 2017

I still don't have much in the way of harvests, but at least I have enough quantity and variety for a few small meals now and then. Like this burrata and cherry tomato salad:

And a side of potatoes and broccoli with a drizzle of truffle oil:

I've had several meals of Thibodeau De Comte Beauce, a fresh heirloom bean that I am growing for the first time - originated in Quebec Canada.  Here is one harvest shown below with some Royal Burgundy beans.

Ooh, and I am still picking a few (a very few) red and black raspberries from the various bushes growing wild around my yard.

And, unfortunately, that's about all I have to say for this Harvest Monday!  But the cukes and summer squash plants (planted in hay bales) are well on their way to producing very soon (likely this coming week).   This is two tromboncino plants in the same bale.

I highly recommend you pop on by Our Happy Acres to see what other gardening folks are doing around the world.

1 comment:

  1. The tromboncino plants sure look healthy! And the potatoes and broccoli sound yummy. I miss having homegrown spuds but they just don't seem to do well for me here.