Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Harvest of the Day: Cherry Tomatoes, Berries, Spinach, Romanian Lettuce, Squash

Here are some fresh harvest of the day: I pick some cherry tomatoes, squash, berries, a last few batch of Romanian lettuce and spinach. So, this week I don't have to get vegetables from the grocery store, it's nice to have fresh organic produce straight from the garden. What are you harvest lately?

Berries again
100 Hybrid cherry tomatoes
Baby spinach
Cherry tomatoes


  1. Those cherry tomatoes look very very good. But the green ones... are they edible? Make salad with those baby spinach... eat them right away... yum yum! TQVM for that tea link. I hope that my blogger friends would go to that link to discover tea planting domestically also. Have another fruitful day VueJardin!

  2. It's great to have vegetables from own garden. I like those berries and cherry tomatoes, must be very tasty!

  3. Steph - Yes, you can eat the green one, the southern fried green tomatoes is very popular here. You can coat and fry green tomatoes using bread crumbs, cracker crumbs, cornmeal, or flour. Some people dip them in beaten eggs before dredging, while others just dredge then fry.

    Flower lover - This is the first time I plant cherry tomatoes, they are really tasty, I definitely will grow more next spring.

  4. Yum! You are about a week ahead of us here. I couldn't believe I have tomatoes turning red. Not so many cherry ones though. That is a lot!


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