Here’s an example of the kind of stuff we’re bringing home everyday. It varies, somedays more somedays less, some days radishes; lettuce; rocket; spinach and chard. We’re also still thinning out carrots and may have to thin out parsnips to help the bigger ones on their way. The pumpkin and squash patch is going great guns (post pic tomorrow), and the corn is looking ike it’s a bout a week off for the first harvest. Searching for recipes for stuff that don’t involve ingredients that are totally unavailable here, so the simpler the better.
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