Next I headed out to the Orchard Garden to chop some pig weed from around my few turnip plants.While back there, I decided to harvest my crop of field corn before the rains begin and mold sets in. It didn't make as much as I anticipated, but I guess that is the difference between heirloom and hybrid corn. I haven't shucked it yet.
|From September 2010|
Then I got so tired of seeing all the blasted gray squash bugs on the failed Seminole Indian Pumpkin patch, I decided to mow it all down. Of course, I had failed to mark my sweet potato row and those vines have gone crazy and I mowed over about 10 feet of the row, topping a potato or two. So, then we had to harvest a few hills of Beauregard sweet potatoes. They seem very long and slender this year.
I think I will try to get a soil test done this winter.
So for dinner today we will be having:
Sweet potatoes (not cured)
Barely sauteed fresh green beans
Mashed Yukon Gold potatoes
Pork Chops for DH and I will have liver and onions.
I do enjoy hearing from you all!
Susan, I can imagine what fun you all had. Wow, just think cherry pie and now I get to add gin.....no that would be raisins to my list of health foods.
What time is supper! Looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
You have been busy dear lady, I wish I was closer, I would love fresh cow milk from your post the other day, and some fresh, and I mean fresh cream. The crap we get in the store is what I said,(crap) and I bought some the other day from the store and took it back, it was bad. And the cost, 7.98 for a quart!
Have a great weekend
Yum, I will have pork chops with your DH-not much on liver, but bacon grease and onions help it. Also, add one of your hamburger buns and a soft cookie for dessert. Thank you. GrinReplyDelete
Lovely bouquet you posted! Loving the rain and cooler weather. Going to a family reunion fish fry tonight so long sleeves are in order,