It's the first Harvest Monday for February. Oh my, where did January go? Not that I'm complaining, it's that much winter that is behind us and that much closer to spring. And, yes I know, my winter is more like early spring for some of you.
Anyway, here's what came from the garden last week. First, an ounce of garlic shoots that came up from a small head of garlic that was unintentionally left in the ground last year.
The garlic was used to season the Olive Leaf Rapini shown below. This came in at 1 pound 1.75 ounces straight from the garden, and 12.25 ounces after trimming.
And after that I neglected to weigh stuff so I'm guessing weights based on previous harvests. I pulled one giant scallion that had to weigh at least a half pound and one bunch of cutting celery that was likely about 3 ounces.
Totals for the week:
Green Garlic - 1 oz.
Rapini - 12.25 oz.
Cutting Celery - 3 oz.
Red Scallion - 8 oz.
Total: 24.25 oz. or 1.52 pounds
Total this year: 9.27 pounds
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