which today I have made into a Beetroot Relish.
I also picked the first of the broad beans and one of the last pickings of the sugar snaps, there are few left on the plants now.
The last of the cauliflower glut has now been picked,
Oh well, I am sure it will taste good but next time I will dissolve the mustard powder before adding it to the pan.
There has been dill and chives picked and these have gone into breakfasts of scrambled eggs with smoked salmon. The Lad makes a great scramble.
I've picked a handful of strawberries - I must get more strawberry plants - a handful is clearly not enough of a crop.
This week I have also picked all of my garlic crop and plaited them up,
and last but not least, I have bottled up the limoncello I started steeping a few weeks ago.
That's all of my picking and preserving efforts this week. What's your garden up to? What are you picking or preserving?
I am contributing this post to Daphne's Harvest Monday. Pop over to her blog to see other people's produce. There will be plenty to view when the earth turns a little more.