Monday, November 28, 2011

Harvest Monday

Our sole Danish Ballhead. All of the others
are a savoy type that I need to pin back to
an actual name.
We picked the first of the cabbages this weekend. It was on the small side, but it was more than enough for the pumpkin curry recipe it was plucked for. The pumpkin curry isn't pictured, but it certainly warranted being captured. I have some for lunch today and I expect that it'll be as tasty as before.

Also not pictured are some truly gorgeous Collards that Shari picked yesterday (their leaves are a deep uniform green and look super healthy and tasty after the recent frosts), as well as the smattering of carrots, chard and onions that made it into the week's meals.  Not pictured for better reason are the few straggling tomatoes we managed to pull from the greenhouse. Actually they probably should have been posted, just to commemorate their fortitude.

For many well pictured posts, head over to Daphne's Dandelions for many Harvest Monday contributors.


  1. Nice looking cabbage. I've never heard of pumpkin curry! It sounds interesting...

  2. That's a good looking cabbage, it must be very sweet this time of year, the curry sounds wonderful.

  3. Recipe from October Sunset Magazine
    No cabbage required, it was actually in the Minestrone.

  4. My goodness! You had a lot of great harvests from your garden this week! Well done. That cabbage looks very good.

  5. FG - It is a pretty good times, especially since December is a couple days away. I realized the other day that I don't pick as much these days because it is dark all the time. that itself may be a season extender.

  6. I have never combined cabbage and pumpkin, interesting idea.

  7. Sounds like a pretty good harvest for this time of year. :)