One thing we don't have to buy: harvest decor. I love decorating for the fall, and I love growing the pumpkins and corn stalks to do so! These mini pumpkins are Jack Be Littles and they are edible and taste good, according to the seed packet. And we had plenty! We must have had over... Continue Reading →
July is usually t-shirt weather when working in the garden, but not this year! I was out in rain gear and rubber boots today! Bleh!
It's 9:30 at night and I am almost done with today's project: freezing green beans. I picked up 20 pounds of green beans from a local farmer yesterday and, unlike tomatoes, green beans don't wait. I didn't like waiting a day even, but that was the timing. I will soon be done blanching the second... Continue Reading →