There was only one new crop this week, Spanish onions. I grew these from purchased starts. Some are large for us, though in the supermarket I suppose they would only be "mediums."
With what we had accumulated on Tuesday, The Kitchen Goddess canned seven pints of all-purpose tomato sauce.
Then, as the days went by, I brought in this:
Guess what she's doing today!
In other crop notes, the yellow-eye beans were judged ready for storage. It's a pretty good amount, 3 pounds 9.5 ounces. I won't need to grow them next year.
|Kenearly Yellow-eye beans|
And from her community garden plot, TKG's Blue Jade corn, which we did not particularly like as sweet corn, was instead left to dry on the cob. She shelled them this week. They will make nice blue cornmeal.
|Blue Jade corn shucked and dried.|
|Imperial Star artichokes|