I've got nothing again this week for a harvest. The weather is warming up though so hopefully the spinach will start to grow. We might even get into the mid 50Fs(12C) this week. I've noticed the sun is getting higher too. I checked my beds recently and the beds that actually get some sun right now are already defrosted. This morning the top layer is frozen as the low last night was 26F(-4C), but they aren't frozen down deep. Just a thin crust. It is weird that our ground never really froze solid for any length of time. Usually it is frozen solid until mid March. But I'll use the warm weather to my advantage. I'm going to try so sow some seed this week outside. Unheard of here in February, but there is a first for everything.
The quiche has multiple personalities. The left side is for my veggie hating hubby. The right side has caramelized onions (from stores), kale from the garden (picked a while ago and finally used up), and oregano that I dried last summer. I love making quiche since I get to eat it for a couple of days afterward. And I love that I don't really have a recipe. I can throw in anything I want. I just make sure the egg to (soy) milk recipe is 1 egg to a 1/4c milk. I uses however much I need to fill the pie shell.
Last nights dinner included spinach and carrots frozen from last year. I have lots left still. And I've been eating zucchini bread for breakfast in the morning. Yum.
Harvest Monday is a day to show off your harvests, how you are saving your harvest, or how you are using your harvest. If you have a harvest you want to show off, add your name and link to Mr Linky below.