The spinach has been harvested and eaten as well as dehydrated. I may have told you before that I use this in soups during the winter. The radishes were eaten with much relish. They were so sweet and a bit hot at the same time.
Today I pulled my first beets. Not freakishly large, but looking good. Last night I pulled a garlic to check on the progress of the plants. I got a cute little guy who is not quite formed into cloves yet, but edible. The excitement is overwhelming. It's overwhelming because I have gone from a black thumb to a gardener. I'm a real productive gardener. I couldn't be happier.
I'm looking for a recipe for beet greens. Has anyone used them before? I've never eaten them, but am excited to use my very own -from the garden - greens.
There they are. My beets. Right next to the gate on the left.
I'll post an up close photo as soon as I figure out my new computer.
I figured out the camera download. Here's my one lone garlic. Picking this one showed me how much longer it needed to be in the ground. It tastes yummy though.