We are finally getting some veggies from our garden. So last night I made zucchini soup with zucchinis and basil from the garden. It was delicious. Connor (our 4 year old) was the only one that didn't want to eat it, but he doesn't like anything. Everyone else loved it.
I also made a cucumber, tomato, and chive salad. It was yummy. Can't believe how good the cucumbers taste fresh out of the garden. So much rich flavor.
Hoping for more stuff to come in the next few weeks! Anyone else enjoying the "fruits of your labor?"
I am so JEALOUS..... We make settlement on our hosue in a few weeks and I cant wait to have a garden next year. Growing up my Mother always had a garden and I miss going to pick stuff for a fresh salad that night! We rent now so I never made a garden unsure if my landlord would appreciate it or not. Glad to see you and the family are enjoying the lovely food!
Yes, I have been getting a bunch of stuff out of my garden- yellow squash, onions, cilantro, swiss chard, chiles and salad peppers. I sauteed some swiss chard last night in olive oil with garlic then put a splash of red wine vinegar on it and it was delish!
The green beans will be ready to pick any day and there are a bunch of green tomatoes. I also have beets that are ready, I just haven't gotten to them yet.
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