Our growing season is officially over. Last weekend, Guy picked our basil, hot peppers and green tomatoes, and composted the plants. In previous years, I have not had much luck ripening the tomatoes inside, so tonight we tried out two green tomato recipes. We were not impressed with the fried green tomatoes (too sour), and the feta-topped green tomatoes were a bit better (feta, white wine vinegar, and oregano do a lot to help the taste) but I don't really want to eat that many of them. Does anyone have any ideas, aside from compost? Only 1 of the 11 tomatoes we have left, shows signs of ripening.
We have a two gallons of chopped broccoli in the freezer, keeping our gallon of green beans and gallon of corn company. Guy strung up our hot peppers and basil to dry. There is only one more week for the farmer's market. We plan to stock up on apples and potatoes, we already have enough honey, soap and pumpkins to last a while. There is still a lot of food available, but I can't think of much more that I want to store or preserve, any suggestions?
Plays! (180 + 14 weeks) - All the kids attended their classes at MAHC. We went to the Arden Theater's production of The Light Princess. W attended his Teen Program and played D and ...
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