Harvest Monday is here again. The pickings are getting more slim as winter progresses, the veggies just don't grow as fast. I thinned the Vit mache and plucked out a bunch of Golden Corn Salad that is volunteering under my garden bench. Here's the two varieties mixed together.
The mache and cornsalad accompanied some roasted Chioggia beets and orange segments for a nice salad. We also had some baked goat cheese that was coated with an almond and bread crumb crust.
And I thinned my pot of mixed lettuces.
And here's one more harvest of Opal Creek Golden Snap Peas and a few Kefe Beinwil snow peas. Some of the snap peas showed damage from the frosts and freezes we experienced a few weeks ago. The undamaged peas were sweeter.
So, here's the harvest totals by weight for the last week:
Piracicaba Broccoli shoots - 4.5 oz.
Cutting Celery - 1.5 oz.
Golden Corn Salad - .75 oz.
Lacinato Kale - 1.75 oz. (stems and ribs removed)
Vit Mache - 1 oz.
Opal Creek Golden Snap Peas - 9.5 oz.
Kefe Beinwil Snow Peas - .5 oz.
Total 21.5 ounces or 1 pound 5.5 ounces
Head on over to Daphne's Dandelions so see what other garden bloggers have harvested lately.