June 19 Garden Harvest

Garden Haul June 19

  • 11 Lavender Touch Eggplant 2#12oz
  • 3 Scalloped Squash plus four unpollinated baby squash 1#11oz
  • 7 Pickling cukes 1#8oz
  • 2 regular cukes 12 oz
  • 3 Tomatoes 9 oz
  • 4 zucchini squash 3#1.4oz
  • 1 Yellow Crookneck squash 4.4oz
  • 14 Raveena Eggplant 1#9oz

For breakfast I cut up two eggplants I had from last weekend’s harvest, a small crookneck squash, 3 tomatoes (1 leftover from slicing last night for hamburgers, two with ugly scars that were perfectly delicious, even though ugly) and steamed until tender. I bought my mom some shirataki noodles for Mother’s Day which turned out to be a huge flop since she hated them.  She gave me the entire box, and I decided today would finally be the day I tried them. I was surprised that I actually liked them.

I’m planning to make Pork-Stuffed Eggplant tonight using some of the Lavender Touch eggplant. They only grow to be about 1/3 the size of a regular Black Beauty eggplant but they sure are delicious.

I should get some pricing on what vegetables are going for in the grocery store right now so I can calculate how much money I would have spent had I bought what I harvested from the garden today.

I hope you are having a lovely day!

Mrs. Accountability

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2 comments to June 19 Garden Harvest

  • Mrs. Gardener

    Wow, that’s a great bunch of produce! Do the eggplant taste any different than the standard Black Beauty variety? Did your pickling cucumbers ever turn out? I love the gardening posts, love your pictures. Very inspiring. I’m sure you are saving a great deal of money having a garden. Great blog, glad I found you.

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    Mrs. Accountability Reply:

    Hi Mrs. Gardener! Welcome and thank you for stopping by my blog. The eggplant taste just like a normal eggplant, I really love them as I can choose to have a couple of small ones for a meal instead of having to cook up a big one. I think they are more tender than the bigger ones, too. I had to toss the pickles, they were too salty. I’m doing a second batch though, and I think they are turning out this time. I really should do some price checking to see how much organic vegetables are selling for at this time of year. That would be a good comparison post! Thanks for your comments! Mrs. A

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