Monday, May 30, 2011

Monday Harvest - My First Ever!!!

Daphne has this thing going called Harvest Monday which I never thought I'd participate in until November because it seems all my vegetables are just taking their sweet ol' time understanding that their function to is produce produce.

Anyway, I walked my garden this morning and saw my CHIVES!  Granted, these are pass-alongs but I still think they count.

Daphne goes all out with this stuff, weighing things, calculating losses and profits, as she's trying to figure out if she has the $64 tomato.

Me?  I just plant, pull, and eat.

Happy Harvest Day to all you vegetable growers.  Go stop in to see Daphne.  She's got some beauties to show off!

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Aren't chive blooms the best! I think I will pick some of mine today and try Daphne's Chive Vinegar!

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  2. Now I have to ask how do you eat these? They sure are pretty.

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  3. Tina, just pop it in your mouth. Delicious!!! I wash them first, of course, dry them out as much as possible (although I never put them in a salad spinner) and enjoy! You can "split" the blooms if a full bloom is too much flavor for you. I add them to salads, but others make vinegars. Let me know if you get to taste one.

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  4. Of course your chive blossoms count! Congratulations on your first Harvest Monday!
    ~~Lori

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  5. Lori the Dirt Lover, thanks for stopping by. We had grilled pork tenderloin with Dominican rice and beans. The chives and flowers on the beans kicked butt!

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  6. I love chive blossoms. And you picked them so of course they count. I should have saved a few for my salads, but I made all of mine into vinegar.

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  7. I love them in salads and on baked potatoes. The blooms are a pretty bonus. :)

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