I did a lot in the garden this week. I planted out my capsicums & eggplants, I pulled out the broad beans, and I mulched and mulched and mulched. I also got around to the occasional harvest. We had broad beans and more broad beans – our final of the season (plus some very skinny leeks & a radish that’s still in the fridge):
The broad beans were once again used in pasta and also in the green garlic dish I made last Thursday. Here is the green garlic and the mint I used:
This week I also used some celery and parsley as well as some thyme and bay for stock.
Although I only managed one shot, my most used produce this week was chard. We had it in curry (again), as well as with salmon and in a a minestrone. This was (I think) the bunch for the minestrone.
Finally I did manage to photograph a few of the many spring onions which this week were used in both noodles and in salads.
That is all I managed to capture in a week which culminated in a yesterday evening trip to Accident & Emergency, after my partner tripped on our 2 year olds trike and dislocated his shoulder. Ouch!!!!
For (hopefully) few accidents but a range of exciting harvests head on over to Daphne’s Dandelions, its always fun.