I'm starting to get a little bit of everything from the garden now, except for the beans and okra which I am still waiting on, and of course the pumpkins/melons.
I've been up to my eyeballs in summer squash and have to pick it everyday. It seems to be a little easier to give it away when you get to them while they're still small and tender! I've frozen several batches of summer squash/zucchini for soups and Summer Squash Casserole to enjoy this winter. The casserole is one of my all-time favorite recipes and I'll be sure to post that for you all the next time I make it. It's really good!
Here's my numbers for this week:
Yellow Squash - 7.24 lb.
Zucchini - 1.42 lb.
Asst. Paste Tomatoes - 4.59 lb.
Asst. Slicing Tomatoes - 4.72 lb.
Asst. Cherry/Plum Tomatoes - 2.36 lb.
Eggplant - 0.66 lb.
Asst. Peppers - 4.65 lb.
Fennel Bulbs - 0.86 lb.
Blackberries - 1.98 lb.
Cucumbers - 0.84 lb.
Total - 29.32 pounds of produce
Year-to-Date - 87.82 pounds
|Some of this week's colorful harvest, minus all the summer squash which I gave away!|
I predict next week's numbers will be pretty substantial. The garden is really starting to hit its full stride now. I'm gearing up for canning as we speak and waiting for my 20# propane tank adapter to come in the mail so I can hook up my Coleman camp stove and get down to business. I'll keep updates on that in the weeks to come as well and share some of my favorite recipes as I go.
Please take some time to leave me a comment and/or link and show us how your garden is doing! :)