The last of this year's rhubarb harvest. Just a tease of years to come.
I'm saving it to partner with the first succulent crop of strawberries coming soon!
The first of the crisp mint lettuce is up and beckoning to be included in a spring salad.
The sea pinks by the drive are our first real color besides the luscious bits of green popping up all over.
And the dratted finger. Feeling a bit better than a week ago when I got home from the surgery. Looking forward to a week from now when the bandage comes off. For now, I'm a little limited in the hand-use department, and looking a bit like I'm carrying around a chicken drumstick...but on the mend!
And thanks to my wonderful husband, we still managed to accomplish quite a lot. So, here's our Independence Days Challenge update for the week...
Planted carrots, onion sets, beets and beans. Transplanted more tomatoes and butternut squash, as well a pepper, eggplant and luffa seedlings to bigger pots.
not this week.
Repaired a reusable shopping bag.
Preparation and Storage:
Did our big once-a-month shop, Added some additional oatmeal, beans, broth, honey, tomatoes, applesauce and seasonings to the long-term food storage.
Build Community Food Systems:
Talked to a co-worker and sent her some links about food storage for small spaces.
Eat the Food:
Sourdough apricot/pecan bread, liver and onions from the spring lamb we bought, more delicious local farm-fresh eggs.