While it's still officially winter here, the air is warmer and the sun stronger and spring feels like it is much, much closer. My produce though still has a winter feel.
This week at Highfield I picked more beautiful caulis. I photographed them here with my tea cosy cause it looks a little like a cauli too.
I do apologise for the bizarre angle to this shot I hope it hasn't made you feel seasick!
I continue to pick and use loads and loads of parsley,
I also had the first decent parsnips - these were truly delicious, they had a creaminess to them that I have never experienced before in shop bought parsnips. This is the first year I have grown parsnips and I found them quite easy. They are small but sweet and I am pretty happy with them.
I picked quite a good amount of broccoli side shoots,
some lovely jonquils,
and a beautiful Savoy cabbage called George.
That's it from Highfield this week. Pop over to Daphne's place to see other people's harvests for the last week. When the earth turns there will be plenty of produce to ogle.