Sunday, July 5, 2015

How Does Her Garden Grow - Part 2

A variety of tomatoes - the green will go in the window to ripen. The bowl of cukes, squash and banana peppers will more than likely become pickles.
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They did not grow the corn (to many deer cross their property), but bought it farm fresh from a roadside stand.
Of course there is always a cucumber  that wants to hide under the foliage, and not found until it gets to big to pickle whole.  No problem - it will probably end up in a salad or a batch of relish.

Linking up with: "Mosaic Monday"

A Side Note: What happens to some of the green tomatoes that refuse to turn red?  Slice, batter,  and fry those babies up - of course.
Some in her household like ranch dressing as a dipping sauce, but for those who like something with a kick: Fire cracker sauce -  2 big spoons full of  mayo (real), sriracha to taste - depends on how hot you want it to be, and honey to taste.
Just another Dab of This and That ramble.


handmade by amalia said...

Is there anything more wonderful than eating produce fresh from the garden?

Teresa S said...

Yummu, Your vegetables looks good.I just have a little parsley in my balcony. I love the fresh taste of salad.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Yum, I love fresh veggies from the garden. I grew up having fried green tomatoes - slice and fry..maybe this is the Canadian way? LOL I've since seen them on Pinterest with a crumb batter like yours so will have to try them that way too.
Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Glenda.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I'll take those fried green tomatoes any way they're served. Everything looks delicious.

Donna said...

So many goodies to eat...I am pickling lots of yummy things this year.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

I can't wait for my tomatoes to start to ripen and cukes to start forming but it's been so cool here so far this summer!

xinex said...

How wonderful! I started a small garden here in FL too....Christine