A year ago, The Husband set out some garlic. It continued to grow through the winter. Several weeks ago, it was ready to come out of the ground, and it has been drying in the shed. Here you will see our garlic harvest.
|Will this be enough?:-)|
|We enjoyed these baked for dinner!|
I'm not sure how much baking I will be doing either, because of the heat, so those recipes for the peaches and the blueberries may not be as forthcoming as I had hoped. Also, it is time next Tuesday for me to take lunch to the adult day care participants/staff at my church, and I will be sharing some of those preparations with you.
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Yum! Living where everything needs to be trucked in rarely gives me a sense that things actually grow. I think I need a trip to the Farmer's Market. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
there is nothing like freshly dug potatoes, and home grown garlic, sounds yummy! Take care in the heat!ReplyDelete
Ah!! Fresh potatoes and yes, it looks like you have enough garlic to me. ;-)ReplyDelete
Oh I just love the vegetable garden!! We are quite behind you here in New England....first tomatoes are ripening...so I will enjoy watching you! Stay cool!ReplyDelete
Those potatoes really do look quite good, and I'm sure you will find a use for the garlic WITH the potatoes, perhaps with some of those green beans from yesterday's post all cooked together...with some tomatoes on the side and some berries in cream or milk for dessert....yes, that sounds quite delicious to me! I'll be there at 5:30 tomorrow! ;-) Stay cool!!ReplyDelete
Take care of yourselves in this heat. The veggies can wait rather than risk heat stroke! I will enjoy hearing about your adult day care meal! xo DianaReplyDelete
Potatoes and Garlic in your garden.. That's neat!!! But you all are smart not to do much outside in these temperatures. Even us here on the Cumberland Plateau are getting those horribly hot temperatures... Yuk...ReplyDelete
These next several days won't find me anywhere near the kitchen... It will be cold-cuts for meals!!!
love and hugs regina
i just dug my garlic yesterday! i did not plant potatoes last year but i guess we missed some and they grew anyway. it is almost time to dig them up. this weather is just awful!ReplyDelete
Your gardening is really paying off!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
"Warm summer sun, shine kindly here.
Warm southern wind blow softly here."
Wow! Those potatoes look beautiful and delicious!ReplyDelete
Your potatoes and garlic are fantastic!!!ReplyDelete