A few more last gasps of summer hit the harvest basket last week.
|Baby Aji Amarillo|
|Aji Amarillo Grande|
The Aji Amarillo Grande is much spicier than the Baby Aji Amarillos. I used the one pepper, trimmed of seeds, core, and most of the ribs to spice up a salsa that had Dave gasping just a bit.
|Pantano, Mavritanskite, and Orange Jazz|
|Sweet Gold and Camp Joy|
|Reisetomate From Transylvania|
|Honey Nut Butternut|
|Hestia before trimming|
|Hestia after trimming|
|Shredded Sprouts ready for dehydrating|
|Syrian Medieval Chard|
I also weighed in another head of the Jericho romaine lettuce that I had harvested the previous week and that I'm weighing as I use it.
Here's the details of the harvests for the past 2 weeks:
Calabrese broccoli - 10.7 oz.
Hestia Brussels sprouts - 17 oz.
Pink Plume celery - 7.4 oz.
Syrian Medieval chard - 2 lb.
Dazzling Blue kale - 15.7 oz.
Jericho romaine lettuce - 9.9 oz.
Aji Amarillo peppers - 1.8 lb.
Camp Joy cherry tomatoes - 2.5 lb.
Mavritanskite tomatoes - 7.1 oz.
Orange Jazz tomatoes - 5.9 oz.
Panatano tomatoes - 11.4 oz.
Piccolo Dattero cherry tomatoes - 17.2 oz.
Sweet Gold cherry tomatoes - 9.8 oz.
Honey Nut Butternut squash - 10.8 lb.
Tromba D'Albenga squash - 2 lb.
Total harvests for the past week - 26.8 lb. (12.1 kg.)
2016 YTD - 915.8 lb. (415.4 kg.)
Harvest Monday is hosted by Dave on his blog Our Happy Acres, head on over there to see what other garden bloggers have been harvesting lately.