Welcome to Harvest Monday, a lovely idea hosted by Daphne. Head on over and see what others are growing.
We've been a little hodge-podge on recording our harvests lately. This past week we were out of town exploring wonderful San Francisco. One of my absolute favorite places to visit. The hubs needed to be there all week for work, and the rest of the family decided it was a good time for a little vacation. But living in a hotel room for a week with two rambunctious boys, no matter how luxurious, is TOUGH!
Last Sunday morning was a flurry of activity as I put away things I had been planning on using during the week. We had 2 small bell peppers that I julienned and tossed in the fridge.
Some beans and cukes were made into fridge pickles.
Some nearly ripe cherry tomatoes were picked and left for my friend who would come by to feed the fishies.
2 enormous zucchini were shredded and tossed in the freezer.
And of course we had to pick more stuff... some Cherokee Purples, a Green Zebra, more cherry tomatoes, cukes and some beans.
A week of garden neglect produced some figs (so delicious!), some Roma and yellow wax beans, a jalapeno, a big cuke.....and...
2 pounds 9 oz of tomatoes.
We also finally had some fruit set on our Yellow Brandywine tomato. It has been shooting up to the sky, but we have had all blossom drop. And I came home to find 5 little green tomatoes.
And that's all for now, but stay tuned to see what we managed to do in San Francisco last week! Happy Gardening.