|Odessa Market, Lady Bell, Stocky Red Roaster, and Piment doux long des Landes|
I nearly cleaned out all of the Tarahumara Chile Colorado peppers. Some of them have been smoked and dried (a process that I blogged about this weekend), and the rest are going into the dehydrator today.
|Tarahumara Chile Colorado and Topepo Rosso|
|Padron peppers and Green Fingers cucumbers|
The cucumbers are incredibly prolific still. I made a big batch of blue cheese dip last week with the notion that cucumber batons would be the perfect vehicle for transporting it to the mouth - yum. But there's just so much cucumbers and dip a couple of people can eat in a week. The refrigerator overfloweth with cukes...
This is nearly the final harvest of Australian Butter and Emerite filet beans, I stripped just about every bean off of the vines.
The Di Ciccio broccoli keeps putting out shoots, I harvested two bunches like this.
Also harvested but not photographed were a couple more Tromba d'Albenga squash, one of which went into a tomato coconut curry with beans, sweet peppers, and Sablefish. Another Tromba squash went into a couple more Scarpaccia (Savory Zucchini Tart). I also harvested the last of the radishes other than the Watermelon radishes which are still sizing up. The radishes were also good vehicles for transporting blue cheese dip. And I finally weighed the dry Petaluma Gold Rush beans.
Here's the harvests for the past week:
Australian Butter beans - 1 lb., .7 oz.
Emerite Filet beans = 2.4 oz.
Petaluma Gold Rush dry beans - 7 lb., .4 oz.
Di Ciccio broccoli - 2 lb., 1.7 oz.
Green Fingers Persian cucumbers - 6 lb., 7.3 oz.
Lady Bell peppers - 1 lb., 6.2 oz.
Odessa Market peppers - 14.7 oz.
Padron peppers - 11 oz.
Piment doux long des Landes peppers - 7.9 oz.
Stocky Red Roaster peppers - 3.7 oz.
Tarahumara Chile Colorado peppers - 2 lb., 8.4 oz.
Topepo Rosso peppers - 7.1 oz.
Helios Radishes - 3 oz.
Pink Beauty radishes - 4.9 oz.
Pink Punch radishes - 8.1 oz.
Tromba D'Albenga zucchini - 1 lb., 8.1 oz.
The total harvests for the past week were - 25 lb., 15.6 oz.
Which brings the total harvests for 2014 up to - 1097 lb., 15.1 oz.
Harvest Monday is hosted by Daphne on her blog Daphne's Dandelions, head on over there to see what other garden bloggers have been harvesting lately.