Cardoons. Edamame. Trombone squash. Those strange things in my garden, and in a friend’s.
Let’s start with the squash. I have to grow these next year. A friend at the Conservancy grows them. They are away for two weeks. Their instructions to us were harvest the tomatoes for the food bank, and take any squash that get longer than a foot.
I decided today to go see what grew since our Tuesday food bank day. Two new squash just went nuts over the three day period. I will be cooking them tomorrow for a pasta primavera.
As for my garden.
I harvested a half dozen cardoons. A member of the artichoke family. They are peeled. Prepped. Ready to make tomorrow night as part of my primavera.
Only one of my edamame plants survived. I took them off the vine. Cooked them in salted water. Added them to tonight’s dinner.
Grilled Haloumi with the edamame. Grilled the tri tip from Friends and Farms. Also grilled the last of the bok choy and some fennel. Served over spring mix.
With an awesome local wine.
Hey, maybe the food around here is a bit weird, but it tastes great. And, there are some wonderful local wines out there.