We're reaching the part of garden season where the kids start to REALLY get excited. Harvesting is much less work and much more fun than all the stuff that comes earlier in the season. We're also getting more variety with our CSA, which is awesome because it forces us to try and figure out how new and creative ways to cook food that the kids will eat.
One of the big success stories in this arena, is actually my first attempt at quiche. After being inspired by this post and recipe by Chris over at Adventures of a Thrifty Mama I decided to give it a try using ham, broccoli, garlic scapes, fresh basil, and spring onions all from the amazing Kretschmann Farm CSA. It was surprisingly awesome, and even better than the quiche I remember eating all the time when I worked at Whole Foods several years ago.
I tied up the volunteer tomatoes growing behind the bush beans. The peas have been yanked and more beans have been planted on each side of the tomatoes.
An entire melon cluster has been eaten by bunnies. They were spaced too close anyway, so it's not a huge loss, but this is a trend I would like to stop.
Austin picked one of his "spicy peppers" (Garden Salsa). Not sure what we'll do with it yet since we have no tomatoes.
Today's harvest was one weirdly shaped Space Miser Zucchini, two immature gypsy bell peppers, one garden salsa pepper, and one small kohlrabi.