We picked the first bunch of chioggia beets, an Italian heirloom, also
known as bulls-eye. Very mild and sweet.
Had them thinly sliced on a bed of Forellenschuss lettuce, along with
the beet tops. Added green onion and a little basil, from the garden.
Topped with EVO, garlic, and feta.
This is what gardening is about. Real food, produced by us, harvested
by us, prepared by us, and free from any personally introduced
Glad to hear of your success! Sounds like a great lunch too. So far all
our garden has produced are blossoms, plenty of ants, and a couple of
cayenne peppers. Hope we will have more produce in a couple of weeks.
Those durned goats really put us behind with the garden, having to replant
so many times and all.
Oh, and wyatt's pizza didn't grow either, (of course!). Thankfully he seems
to have forgot about it. Well, time to face the day, gotta get things in
order for mom's b-day supper tonight.
Congrats on your garden,
<Charlie> wrote in message > We picked the first bunch of chioggia beets, an Italian heirloom, also
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