This week we had a nice harvest of leeks on Tuesday, tomatoes on Wednesday, romaine lettuce on Thursday, (nothing on Friday), more romaine lettuce on Saturday and lots of jalepenos and beans on Sunday.
This year we planted cover crop. It's our first time ever, and I've got to say we're really enjoying its potential. Planting cover crop has for us been like starting a compost bin. It's a really good thing to do for organic gardening.
Here are a few pictures of our harvest and a couple dishes we made with our fall vegetables.
|What to do with leeks? See the next picture!|
|Cooked and frozen leeks with other vegetables for winter kale soup.|
|Romaine Lettuce, Beans and a few Jalapeno Peppers|
|Winter Rye Cover Crop|
|Chinese Chicken Salad with romaine lettuce.|
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