The kitchen garden satisfies both requirements, a thing of beauty and a joy for dinner.”
-Peter Mayle: Encore Provence:
New Adventures in the South of France
Although not a thing of beauty or a joy for dinner, insect control was still high on the list the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend:
Volunteer on insect patrol with a pan of soapy water….
Prevailing east winds did not deter the harvest:
In spite of tomato pinworms:
The pinworm problem was previously addressed in a post from Fall 2018……..
Tomatoes in the research beds promised any number of delicious dinners for those lucky enough to sample the fruits of the weekday work party’s labor:
Roasted tomatoes, frozen in olive oil, are a mighty asset when the wolf is at the door…..
The small fry found reprieve from labor in the southside asparagus patch:
Truck not included……
And west side zinnas:
Last but not least, the yellow crookneck squash had reached a size that could not longer be ignored:
Blossoms of the errant fruit are amazing stuffed with goat cheese, battered and fried…..
Research ways to utilize different parts of plants in your home kitchen ………………