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Post  Scorpio Rising on 10/11/2017, 9:46 pm

Agree!  Frittata is gorgeous!  I have never made one.  I am a crappy morning cooker.
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Post  hammock gal on 10/12/2017, 12:20 pm

Farro salad with sweet garden tomatoes and balsamic vinaigrette. Should have had some parsley, but I was out. It's delish anyway!
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Post  trolleydriver on 10/13/2017, 4:25 pm

Salsa made with roasted tomatillos, roasted hot peppers, roasted garlic, onion and parsley (I didn't have any cilantro). All of those ingredients came from the SFG. To that was added coarse salt. The ingredients were puréed by pulsing in the Vitamix. The result ... yikes!!! Very hot salsa ... my tongue is burning. It's very good but I overdid the hot peppers for my taste.


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Post  plantoid on 10/13/2017, 6:11 pm

Tonight we had Chinese chicken & shittake boiled dumplings & a stir fry .
 In the stir fry that Alison made from scratch we had with it was one of the last capsicum peppers  out the glass house .
It was supposed to be black or a very very dark aubergene colour  but the bad summer weather we've had this year turned it red , green , yellow , purple in many different places of the skin .

Still, it was a nice evening meal .
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 10/13/2017, 7:34 pm

https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/cabbage-sausage-potato-soup/

This, with potatoes, carrots, and garlic from the garden!
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Post  sanderson on 10/14/2017, 2:35 am

Scorpio Rising wrote:https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/cabbage-sausage-potato-soup/

This, with potatoes, carrots, and garlic from the garden!
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Post  trolleydriver Yesterday at 1:32 pm

Made myself an "everything salad" from things only grown in our veggie garden. Ingredients included kale, chard, lettuce, mizuna, onion, zucchini, tomatoes, peas, icicle radish and even some ground cherries. So many different flavors. No salad dressing needed. Unfortunately for Mrs TD she cannot digest greens very well so this was all for me.

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Post  brianj555 Yesterday at 7:52 pm

First ripe tomato.  To be honest , it wasn't great.  It's a heatwave II.  I ripened it indoors inside an empty 12 pack box.  I had another tomato and a banana in there.  I read that helps it to ripen.  I now have 75% ( the ones without pests bites or damage of some sort) covered with pantyhose, so I will be letting them ripen on the vine assuming they don't start splitting. This tomato wasn't  much of any better than store bought.  Not bad as that's all I'm used to eating, but I hope the next ones are better.  I also have celebrity, but none of them are turning yet!
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Post  Scorpio Rising Yesterday at 7:58 pm

Brian, wait for one off the vine.  You just need to be patient.  They take time!  Sooo worth it, trust!
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Post  brianj555 Yesterday at 8:12 pm

Scorpio Rising wrote:Brian, wait for one off the vine.  You just need to be patient.  They take time!  Sooo worth it, trust!
When you look close, do they look like what y'all refer to as "mealy"? I've read that term on here several times.
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Post  Scorpio Rising Yesterday at 8:16 pm

brianj555 wrote:
Scorpio Rising wrote:Brian, wait for one off the vine.  You just need to be patient.  They take time!  Sooo worth it, trust!
When you look close, do they look like what y'all refer to as "mealy"? I've read that term on here several times.
You mean the one you harvested?  It looked non-juicy, mealy, and not red-ripe.  That is what you covet!!!!  Red ripe and juicy, it will happen!!!
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