Can you believe July is almost half way over? This summer has gone by fast – with lost of crazy weather. My tomatoes are starting to ripen. I’ve harvested enough chard, mustard, collards, spinach and kale that we’ve had it for dinner and there’s some in the freezer too! And our plum tree is loaded, just waiting for it to ripen. Do you have a garden or shop at farmer’s markets? What do you do with all the amazing fresh produce this year? And while you’re at it, tell us…
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Looking for something new, but familiar? Check out this Cauliflower Mock ‘Potato’ Salad from The Kitchen is My Playground!
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It is amazing the difference between our areas of the country. Our tomatoes are in full force and coming to an end, as is everything else. Fall crops will be planted in a few weeks. My plums were months ago! Blueberries are winding down too. But we are up to our eyeballs canning right now!
Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead
We had a major heat wave – 4 days over 105 – and I lost a lot of plants. I have two kinds of blueberries. And early and a late. The plums we have are cherry plums and always ripen late summer. They are so good!! I love harvesting and eating food I grow. And I love your posts about your harvests and preservation too. Thank you so much for sharing them. Have a wonderful week.
Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes – GREAT party as always. This week I brought ASIAN KETCHUP MEATBALLS, CHICKEN PASTA SALAD and JALAPENO HONEY STICK WINGS. I hope you’re having a GREAT week.
Great cooks – like you!! Thanks for sharing at our party. Have a lovely week.
Great round up. Thanks for hosting and have a great week xx
Thanks Kate. Glad you’re part of the party. Enjoy your week.
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