malazansapper replied to your photo “awwww yisss, dehydrating my obnoxiously large supply of tomatoes I…”
do you use them for cooking or are dried tomatoes a tasty snack?
I use them both for cooking and for snacking! They are delicious either way! :D
awwww yisss, dehydrating my obnoxiously large supply of tomatoes I have. THEY JUST KEEP COMING. I like how it makes a little tomato rainbow.
I GREW ALL THESE RED KURI SQUASHES I’M SO HAPPY! They are the perfect few serving size (though I might steam up a few and make a pie, yumm!)
lil cutie patootie alligator lizard <3
AAHHH SO MANY GRAPES!! Not so many apples, still waiting on a few of the trees to finish ripening and for the rest of the Concord grapes as well, but the white grapes were all PERFECT. So delicious. I had to take a panorama there is so much! <3 I’ve currently got 2 dehydrators going full of grapes to make raisins and I want to try and make jam also!! Maybe also some fruit leather.
LOOK AT THESE BEAUTIES! They start out purple but then turn yellow (with little purple tops) I don’t know the name of them, they came with a bunch of other random tomato plants my friend gave me, the plant itself is huge, I’ve never grown a tomato plant that big, there are hundred of tomatoes on it.
my beautiful musquee de provence pumpkin! I’m sad my plants didn’t really produce more like last year, but that is ok because I got a bunch of kuri squashes and stuff. This photo is just sooo fall though.
I feel like such a slacker I haven’t posted any sweet sunset pics in a while!
THIS TOMATO I GREW HAS A TINY TAIL I CAN’T EVEN. I wish I could submit it to the Ankh Morpork Times.
So many grapes! This doesn’t even begin to show how many grapes are ready to pick :’( I need helpers
MY TUMERIC ALL SPROUTED AND IS HUUUGE!! For some reason my ginger is all dinky though still even though it sprouted before the tumeric!
I HAVE WATERMELONS!! I grew them in my greenhouse in big pots, there are 5 and they are all pretty small BUT I’M SO PROUD! These are the Takii gem melons, they did extremely well. ALSO THEY ARE DELICIOUS. I learned a lot this year and next year I think I will be super successful with them!
None of the melons I planted outside survived. EXCEPT ONE!! Which I posted a pic of here too, I just discovered it last week COMPLETE WITH A MELON! The melon was under some pumpkin plants and the plant itself was obscured by a bunch of morning glories) I think this kind is a local Comptche melon, I need to ask my neighbor, it was from saved seed from a melon he gave me last year!