I used a lot of squash up for Passover. These were all pureed and made into squash casserole. I have three squash left. Not very many. I can't believe I'll actually get through that 105 pounds of squash that I harvested last year. I did give a little of it away. And I always brought it to potluck parties (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Passover).
I'm fermenting the insides of those squash for the seeds. I didn't grow any other variety of C. moschata last year, so the seeds ought to be pure. This year I'll be growing a few kinds so won't be able to save any.
Lunch and dinners still have my homegrown orange colored vegetables in them. And the above had some of my last greens - mizuna soup. I still do have a bit of frozen Chinese cabbage left. I ought to be making cabbage soup, but just haven't felt like it. Maybe this week.
But the big thing to look forward to this week is picking a real - if very very small- harvest. I think some mizuna on my egg salad sandwiches would be really tasty.
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.