It all looks delicious! I know it keeps you super busy, though. Hope you enjoy the weekend.
Lookss like your garden is doing fantastic! If you have more than you wish to deal with, you can always gift them to friends, take them to work, or give them to a food pantry. Or, you can contact restaurants and/or supermarkets and see if they will buy them. Hope you are having a good summer, Carol.
What beautiful looking veggies, yummy!
Oh yum, what a great way to stay busy! I'll be posting pickled (milder if you wish) jalapenos tomorrow:@)
Your produce looks yummy. Our garden is at the end, as everything here in the midwest was a month ahead of schedule and is now withering as a result of the drought. Oh, but we had some delicious tomatoes.
I am so excited to see this post...I was wondering how your garden did...well it looks like it did a lots better than mine. Maybe I should try the community garden next year and learn from the seasoned gardeners....wow!!
We did not get any tomato's in this year...just love home grown ones!
I wish I lived near you, I would gladly enjoy some of your jalapeños and cayenne peppers. Your tomatoes look wonderful! Happy canning.Hugs, Cindy
Hi Carol,It's wonderful to see the results of all your hard work. Nothing as good as home grown veges..Have a good dayBarb from Australia
Wow! That's an amazing harvest! Thanks for your kind comments about our move. Joni
I am trying not to be envious! Those tomatoes look amazing to me. Oh my goooooodness.
Hi Carol, I have been busy with peppers, and canning corn too! they just seem to multiply over night. Your veggies look so delicious.Thanks for sharing.Hugs,Sue
Wow - that must be some garden. We didn't plant one this year and are relying on friends and farm markets:)Enjoy your bounty!Leann
Jalapeno Jelly! Do it the 4 oz jars to pour over a block of cream cheese for a holiday party and serve with crackers! That's what we do!
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