Such bounty! And I spy a fairy tale eggplant in there! I'm salivating at the thought of the things you and your husband will make.(I'd make a tomato sandwich.) :)
Yes, Lynn! We currently have outrageous salads and fresh herbs in all cooking. He 'put up' fresh tomato sauce (in zip locks in freezer) and breaded/sliced eggplant for future cooking....(saving until winter or so...) I promise to post a pic of some Kuri squash recipe/dish he makes...He is rather an 'expert' in this....(squash cooking in all it's forms!) Hope you are well, Lynn! ;-) (Cyber-hugs!)
And yes, you did spy the 'wee' specialty eggplant!!! Isn't it rather cute and sweet???!
It IS cute and sweet!I googled the Holding Crosses made in St. Simons Island, GA and found it on facebook - Kave Art. It says you can order them directly from Rev. Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.orgMy friend and coworker who gave me my cross said she found it in a gift shop around there, but googling didn't summon up any gift shop names.
How will you prepare those beets?
Hey Lynn! Thanks so darn much :-) I will check that out on FB!!! (now.) :-)
Hey Granny Annie, My husband often pickles the beets with eggs, producing our wonderfully 'famous' and rather good (pickle-like) tasting purple eggs. He also cubes and then sautees them in olive oil with shallots and fresh herbs...
New Bern, NC 1790-ish.