A wonderful sunny winter day spent making and eating my favourite lemon cake and lolling about in the grass with friends talking about plans and dreams and changes. While lolling, we nibbled on fresh snow peas from the patch - it doesn't get much better than that. With friends around it was a good opportunity to share some of the produce.
I picked 3 cabbages - two decent sized ones and a tiny one that was on the shady side of the patch and wasn't really going to get much bigger.
I kept one large one and the small one and gave the other large one away. That is the end of the cabbages...
I also picked a big bunch of spring onions and shared half with my visitor. This is just half the bunch.
The only other produce that is in abundance at present is the rocket - I have a forest of rocket at the moment so my friends left with a huge bunch of rocket as well. My friends tell me that the bunch will become rocket pesto. (What the hell am I going to do with the rest of the forest!).
For more harvests pop over to Daphne's Dandelions.