The last of my ginormous tomatoes were perfect for my BLT Galettes with Basil Mayo. As gardens go this year was a challenge. First, it was cool and rainy. Then it was hot and dry. Not a good scenario for gardening. All and all our garden was a minor success.One thing that grew amazingly well after the cool, wet start was our tomatoes. I kid you not they were the size of baseballs. Of course, they were all ready at once.
Some went in the freezer, some went to the neighbors, and some went into BLT Galettes with Basil Mayo.
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As we near the end of the gardening season, it was time to pull my carrots. I grew a shorty variety this year and was delighted. These short carrots were perfect for Spicy Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Carrots.
In the past, I have never had much luck growing carrots. They were always clumped together, never uniform in size, and had these strange nubs growing willy-nilly. After reading an article about carrots, I realized the error in my ways. Continue reading “Spicy Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Carrots”
Corn season is finally here…..YEAH!!! In our area, Selmi’s Greenhouse and Famer’s Market is the place to get sweet corn. There is no comparison, they have hands down the best sweet corn!!!! Every year I try to make something more to honor this seasonal treat. Roasted Sweet Corn with Chipolte Compound Butter.
Summer in our neck of the woods was a slow goer this year. Mother Nature just wouldn’t let go of winter, and then the rains came. Hence all growing is slightly behind. Continue reading “Roasted Sweet Corn with Chipolte Compound Butter”