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    garden salad stoke!! also made borsch with beets, dill, and cabbage from the garden. turned out pretty well!

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    ^^^ Noice! Nothing like pulling a whole dinner from the garden. We've been having veggie kabobs 3x a week lately and ratatouille the rest of the time to nuke the excess eggplant and zucchini. Fortunately this year the chickens have been helping with the large zuccs that I used to eat myself.

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    Glad yall are getting some veggies. Not so much here but getting some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    ^^^ Noice! Nothing like pulling a whole dinner from the garden. We've been having veggie kabobs 3x a week lately and ratatouille the rest of the time to nuke the excess eggplant and zucchini. Fortunately this year the chickens have been helping with the large zuccs that I used to eat myself.

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    One month after our late planting due to me being behind on making the beds and we have veggies! Stoked. This is fun. Click image for larger version. 

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    Our puny and retarded garden is finally starting to go. Peas are maturing, basil is close to being harvested, tomatoes are flowering at least, onions going great guns and nasturtiums junglefying it up.

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    Fooking deer whipped out my maters last night.

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    Melons are starting to happen
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    “Peaches & Cream” variety
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    A cascade of melons
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoqpass View Post
    Melons are starting to happen
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    Holy shit man. Didn’t you just build those planters?

    I’m guessing you live East of the pass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Holy shit man. Didn’t you just build those planters?

    I’m guessing you live East of the pass.


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    Been trying to get my plot looking like Muted’s, ordered a shed from Amazon and spent the weekend before last cursing while spending six hours assembling it.

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    Made a pad to set it on, had just enough pavers left from previous garden paths to make it.

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    Looks pretty decent and holds our meager assortment of garden goods.

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    Went camping this weekend, had grabbed everything close prior to leaving. Got home to a plethora of vegetables.

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    Dug up 1/3 of my potatoes, got 18 pounds of russets with a couple purple mixed in.

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    My unorthodox planters are all doing well...

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    Shakshuka from some mixed tomatoes, cumin/lime roasted carrots.

    Had a nice baby beetle and goat cheese salad yesterday.
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    My tomato plants are growing like crazy this year, but only just harvested my first cherry tomato yesterday. Seattle is pretty marginal for tomatoes. Just not hot enough. It seems like there have been several years where I've got lots of tomatoes starting to get ripe and then the weather turns cool and wet and they just never quite make it to fully ripe.

    Had a pretty good blueberry crop, but the birds got most of them. We've also had a few cukes so far and more on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    My tomato plants are growing like crazy this year, but only just harvested my first cherry tomato yesterday. Seattle is pretty marginal for tomatoes. Just not hot enough. It seems like there have been several years where I've got lots of tomatoes starting to get ripe and then the weather turns cool and wet and they just never quite make it to fully ripe.

    Had a pretty good blueberry crop, but the birds got most of them. We've also had a few cukes so far and more on the way.
    Timings similar here in Winthrop. Ate our first 2 tomatoes and 2 onions this last weekend. Ate a ton of beans and raspberries from a friend though.
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    Greater Toronto area - tomatoes have been green for over a month and just in the last week are finally ripening.

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    Tomato invasion is upon us. This is the current daily haul:

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    The big yellow guy behind the zucchini is over 1 lb...
    I'm eating all the bruised or overly ripe fruit and can't keep up. We're canning tonight, earliest we've ever started. Crazy year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    Tomato invasion is upon us. This is the current daily haul:

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    The big yellow guy behind the zucchini is over 1 lb...
    I'm eating all the bruised or overly ripe fruit and can't keep up. We're canning tonight, earliest we've ever started. Crazy year.

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    Dang!

    Only getting a handful of tomatoes so far daily, but that's all I need to eat daily. Pulled 5 ears of corn last night, gonna eat them in 2 hours.

    I still can't find Shishito peppers in the grocery store, anyone found any in SLC? I bought mini bell peppers instead and been pickling them or stuffing them with jalapeno spread + Panko, then baking and doing a quick broil to crisp the panko. pretty addictive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Dang!

    Only getting a handful of tomatoes so far daily, but that's all I need to eat daily. Pulled 5 ears of corn last night, gonna eat them in 2 hours.

    I still can't find Shishito peppers in the grocery store, anyone found any in SLC? I bought mini bell peppers instead and been pickling them or stuffing them with jalapeno spread + Panko, then baking and doing a quick broil to crisp the panko. pretty addictive.
    we always get shishitos from trader joe's, but they go bad quick

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    serious vegetable envy here folks (eggplant emoji)
    I love living in wyoming but after growing up in the lushest farmland of VT this place is arid and cold AF in regards to garden yields.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Dang!

    Only getting a handful of tomatoes so far daily, but that's all I need to eat daily. Pulled 5 ears of corn last night, gonna eat them in 2 hours.

    I still can't find Shishito peppers in the grocery store, anyone found any in SLC? I bought mini bell peppers instead and been pickling them or stuffing them with jalapeno spread + Panko, then baking and doing a quick broil to crisp the panko. pretty addictive.
    Our corn isn't doing too well. First year planting it, the spot is probably not ideal and we might not have enough plants for good pollination. I gotta ask the neighbor to talk to her bees, they're obsessed with the zucchini plants but not much else.
    If you sneak into your yard you can probably get a couple lbs of shishitos and we wouldn't notice they're gone, the plants are small but one of them flopped over from the weight of the peppers. Most productive pepper variety I've grown in UT by far!

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    I get them very reliably here but I'm in Connecticut not too far from New York city so our markets are different than around Salt Lake City.

    Anyhow. Otherwise, take some jalapenos. Split them open. Derive desired or not depending on how spicy you like things. Pack them with chunky peanut butter. Roast. Eat. Enjoy. Yes it sounds weird but it's f****** amazing.

    I have tried growing shishitos several times now with no success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    we always get shishitos from trader joe's, but they go bad quick
    Good to know, thanks. I plan on baking them pretty quickly though.

    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    serious vegetable envy here folks (eggplant emoji)
    I love living in wyoming but after growing up in the lushest farmland of VT this place is arid and cold AF in regards to garden yields.
    Living in Bozeman for a long time was frustrating. Right when the tomatoes finally riped it was fall and they all froze. I lived in Jackson one year, I will say it's even harder there. Higher up, colder, and the sun sets way early behind the Tetons.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    Our corn isn't doing too well. First year planting it, the spot is probably not ideal and we might not have enough plants for good pollination. I gotta ask the neighbor to talk to her bees, they're obsessed with the zucchini plants but not much else.
    If you sneak into your yard you can probably get a couple lbs of shishitos and we wouldn't notice they're gone, the plants are small but one of them flopped over from the weight of the peppers. Most productive pepper variety I've grown in UT by far!
    Is it doing fine but really small? I'm learning that ours will look nothing like the massively genetically modified corn at the store. Yours might have a couple ready. Some of ours needs more time, some were small but tasty tonight. As for peppers, is your new motion light extended to the back yard? I don't want a shovel to the head from you at 3am.

    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover View Post
    I get them very reliably here but I'm in Connecticut not too far from New York city so our markets are different than around Salt Lake City.

    Anyhow. Otherwise, take some jalapenos. Split them open. Derive desired or not depending on how spicy you like things. Pack them with chunky peanut butter. Roast. Eat. Enjoy. Yes it sounds weird but it's f****** amazing.

    I have tried growing shishitos several times now with no success.
    I hate peanut butter more than any food on earth. And I want to try shishitos after hearing they are good from Bossy and they can be grown easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover View Post

    Anyhow. Otherwise, take some jalapenos. Split them open. Derive desired or not depending on how spicy you like things. Pack them with chunky peanut butter. Roast. Eat. Enjoy. Yes it sounds weird but it's f****** amazing.

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    Hey Boissal, your corn doesn't use bees to pollinate. Just the wind. Clip the tops of the stalks off and shake them over the tassels of the ears, and viola! fertilized ears.

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