A walk through the garden on a brisk fall morning. So happy to see the dahlias and sunflowers that wee planted early summer are in full bloom
None of the melons we planted this summer were successful. Either the hens, squirrels, chipmunks, or other pest didn’t allow any of the melons to mature. As summer winds down, I think we may get to harvest one yellow water melon.
Days are getting shorter and nighttime temps hovers in the low 50s. We are still lucky enough to harvest an abundance of tomatoes
We planted three different varieties of cherry tomatoes (sun gold, super sweet, and black). With a daily harvest of at least a pint, I’ve been trying to come up with ways to use the abundance that we have. One of my favorite dishes I’ve made this summer has got to be Roasted Cherry Tomato Risotto.Continue reading “Roasted Cherry Tomato Risotto”
The beauty of the sunflower
Lov harvesting basil to make pesto. The sweet fragrance of basil permeates the entire house.
Pickled carrots, beets and purple wax beans on top of mixed greens are not only visually appealing, but very tasty
What a great way to start a new month, a generous harvest.