Monday, April 21, 2014

Harvest Monday April 21st, 2014

Imagine my delight when I saw this last week.

Whoohoo! My first harvest of the year. It wasn't weighed or recorded. It wasn't really big enough for that.

Since I was trying eggs on my elimination diet, I put the chives into some eggs. Yum.

And I am still eating from my stores. I had the flu last week so I ate a lot of rice and fruit and not too much from the stores. I have a lot of greens to still eat up. But sadly just one sweet potato is left. Though it is a huge one.

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.

15 comments:

  1. Guess you will need to plant more sweet potatoes this year.

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  2. My chives are happy, too...and eggs are a great place to use them.

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  3. Hope you get to feeling better soon!

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  4. I feel sorry for you Daphne. You so obviously enjoy food, and it must be grim having to go through that elimination diet palaver!

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  5. Yay for chives. We are seriously putting them on everything right now just because it feels so good to go out to the garden to pick something.

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  6. Simple pleasures from the garden, starting with chives.

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  7. I had a nice patch of chives growing and then a gopher ate almost all of them, I was able to rescue one tiny clump. :( I will really miss them this year, I love them in my salads. Hope you feel better soon.

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  8. Hurrah for harvests!!! I'm jealous of your chives, we still haven't gotten any in at our new place but I do have some started indoors under the lights!

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  9. Hope you feel better. I love chive, it's always the first spring veg I harvest.

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  10. Must be too hot here in Florida I could never get my seed to come up

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  11. Chives and eggs - I never thought of that but it sounds really good. Is that Feta in the omelette?

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  12. My chives grow wild all over the yard! I planted 2 nice bunches in 1982 and the rest as history!

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  13. Your chives look good. I think mine are up about the same but a smaller patch. I wanted more so splurged today and bought a little starter instead of planting seeds. So good to see things coming up! Nancy

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  14. The chives are never more appreciated than now, when they're the first of the edibles to appear!

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