Now that it's cooled a little bit, the oregano is growing nicely again. I use it fresh most of the year, but for a brief time in the winter, I need to use dried. I harvested extra when gathering some for eggplant parmesan, and dried it. Tromboncino squash was used in a dish with tomatoes, corn & onions. Okra and eggplant were shared with a friend. The egg count this week started out with one a day, but ended the week with two 4 egg days, which felt like a bonus. Two days were spent in class, giving me CEU's towards my massage license. The class was held at my alma mater, so I received an alumni discount.
|pomegranate- still waiting for our first fruit|
I enjoy trying new recipes. There are so many good flavors out there, why get bored? Of course, I do have a group of old favorites too. I explored a new recipe for spaghetti squash this week, which sounded better than it was. Oh well, that's the way it rolls sometimes. Continuing on with fall cleaning, more windows were washed, and cabinets, chairs, baseboards and doors wiped down. I roasted another batch of cubed eggplant, which is being frozen for future pizzas. I cut another batch of oregano, and have it drying for the winter, when fresh isn't available. I'm looking forward to the week ahead, and hope that yours is all that you wish for.