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Old 10-29-2019, 11:42 AM   #1
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Garden treats

I enjoy eating out of the garden. When I need to get things done in the garden it is nice to have a treat. This time of year I have been eating raspberries. I know some of ya'll are like me and eat tomatoes and such right off the vine. These sure are good. What is your favorite treat to pick and eat fresh?
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I love to eat the cherry tomatoes and banana peppers right when I pick them.
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Juliet tomatoes, satsumas, kumquats, any peach, ---. Mrs. Joe sometimes comments about all the harvest not getting into the house
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That is a tough question Matt. So many things "fresh picked" are wonderful.

I guess, like you, that my raspberries and blueberries would probably be at the top of the list. In order would be my Boyne raspberries, then 7 varieties of blueberries, and last my Autumn Britten raspberries.

For veggies, Cherry tomatoes are 1st. They are sweeter than regular tomatoes, and are a perfect size. What I eat most often in the garden though is White Cucumbers. Especially in warm weather. Their skins have no bitterness, good flavor, crunch, and a great way to hydrate while working in the garden. They are incredibly productive for an entire (2.5 month) season.

Ripe "YumYum" Peppers are even sweeter than Cherry tomatoes and also a perfect size!

I have rain barrels next to the garden so I rinse off a lot of radishes and carrots too to eat there also.

Grazing is one of the best parts about having a garden!
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Satsumas, blood oranges, spearmint. I like to cook and love to go out in the garden and get whatever it is I need for the recipe minutes before it gets put into the dish.
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Dick, Last year I did not have many carrots and none of them made it in the house. Like you said grazing is one of the best parts of having a garden.
Karstopo I like to pick fresh from the garden when cooking also. I cook scrambled eggs instead of omelets. I put fresh herbs, greens, onions and some times thinly sliced baby turnips in my eggs. Neighbor supplies me with fresh eggs.
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