Yes, a little stitching. Continuing to consider SUNflower and trying to put together a little something...
But really, the garden, picking food is the highlight of my day.
The 3. Mixed. Chard. Mustard greens. Malabar. And that is a little red onion, somehow they are not doing that well, but they tasted great.
I pick a huge bouquet, a little of each. wash and chop, olive oil, garlic and onion minced, quick sauté, salt and pepper, a smidge of vegetable broth. Cook till broth is gone. Over rice, a handful of cashews. This is joy. This was breakfast.
Yesterday the squirrels ate 22 tomatoes, some ripe, some still green. My brother said his neighbor said, oh just plant extra. I did. We have plenty really. This year on advice of a neighbor here, I am washing them and freezing them whole. In large yoghurt containers. If you take them out of the freezer and run them under hot water, the skins slide right off. Oh ha, this is too easy.
I just planted kale, radishes and beets (for the greens mostly). There is time. But it sure would be nice to get some rain.