The harvests were very light last week. I started thinning the iceberg and butterhead lettuces, snipped the first pea shoots, and culled some undersized green garlic.
|Superior Iceberg and Rhapsody Butterhead lettuce thinnings|
We enjoyed a nice fresh green salad with the lettuce thinnings. The garlic was used in a stirfry of asparagus and chicken in black bean sauce. And the pea shoots haven't been consumed yet, but I'll do a simple saute with them with another stalk of green garlic.
So here's the harvests for the past week:
Iceberg Superior lettuce - 1 oz.
Rhapsody butterhead lettuce - .9 oz.
Lorz Italian green garlic - .6 oz. (trimmed)
Dou Miao (snow pea shoots) - 3 oz.
For a whopping week's harvest total of - 5.5 oz.
Which gives the annual harvest total a boost to - 53 lb., 10.5 oz.
Harvest Monday is hosted by Daphne on her blog Daphne's Dandelions, please head on over there to see what beautiful harvests other garden bloggers are enjoying.