No harvests as usual this time of year. But I have been using up my stores. This week was mostly about using my squash. I'm doing pretty well on it. I have just six left. Above is a black bean and squash salad with apples and lox. I also made a squash pizza (with onions and mushrooms). I really liked it. I like the spinach version better, but squash is good for a change.
I'm also trying to figure out what I'm bringing to our big Passover dinner this year. I was given "vegetables" as my dish. Last year I brought maple glazed carrots from my stores and kale fresh from the garden. But last year Passover was later and we didn't have much of a winter so the kale had put on new growth already. This year things have just defrosted and the kale looks pretty sad. No new growth at all yet. So this year will be sweet potatoes and spinach from my stores, both of which I have an over abundance. I didn't want just plain spinach so I'm trying a frittata with more veggies than usual. I think it will work out well. I'm going to use coconut milk as the milk since I can't use dairy. We usually have at least one vegetarian in the group so it is a good addition for them. So I've got the green and orange vegetables covered.
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.