Wednesday, July 7, 2010

It's good.

After a few days of constant rain, I made it back out to the garden. It is quite a mess and I am actually getting ready to abandon it. Actually kind of amusing I think that my mother has plans to pour on some chemicals in her attempt to make things grow faster. Oh well. She can do whatever she wants. I'm getting the heck out of this place. It's definitely time for another adventure.

A large collection of goods on my last week home this month.
My first carrots! Mom said we've never grown carrots before. That's a parsnip there as well.

 I collected a giant amout of cucumbers and decided it was time for the real pickling. Good thing we had ample amounts of fresh dill growing right out back as well.

And a tasty creation for dinner that I just could not resist. My great friend, Kelsey, has gotten me very hooked on Indian food so I decided to do what every cool person with lots of random vegetables should do. Put them in a pot with some spices, make some form of bread and enjoy.
This would be cauliflower, onion, roasted beets and sweet potatoes, and chickpeas. Eaten with fresh homemade whole wheat naan. Mmmm. good.

1 comment:

  1. Nom nom. It doesn't look so pink in this picture. I'm still loving the bread and butter pickles. What's the plan for the parsnip?