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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Picking A Rainbow

Enjoying the variety of colors in today's vegetable harvest.
Orange Carrots
Purple Kohlrabi
Red Tomatoes
White Patty Pan Squash


8 comments:

  1. Oh, look at all those tomatoes. And I've had ONE itty bitty one. I guess I'll have to steal some of your warm weather!!
    How do you prepare your patty pan? I just LOVE the looks of those. I tried growing them last year---they put out plenty of blossums, but none formed.

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    1. For super simple, I just dice the patty pan and microwave it with a little seasoning salt. We also like it grilled. Cut it into "slices," coat with olive oil and maybe some seasoning grilling until it's hot with some marks. Makes it taste a bit nutty. It works well in most recipes that say to use yellow squash too. I think they're cute. Your blooms but no fruit plant sounds like my zucchini this year. Not one fruit.

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  2. What a pretty harvest! I'm sure it all tastes great too.

    Have a wonderful week ~ FlowerLady

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  3. Nothing like fresh veggies from your own garden--yum!

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  4. I have never seen the white squash before! I was going to ask how you eat it and see your explanation above in a reply! NOTHING is as satisfying as home-grown veggies :)

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  5. Beautiful harvest. I only planted tomatoes this year. Nothing tastes better than home grown tomatoes.

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