While they have been photographed separately, as I picked them, and while they all look similar, they are indeed their own cauli...
I have picked one every second day for the last while. The last few picked are very large indeed, some of the biggest caulis I have ever grown. I'm putting that down to the magic of sheep pooh!
Some have been gifted to those shearing in our shed and those moving earth about and digging trenches for our new water tanks.
Others should have been gifted to lessen my glut but neighbours are not always that handy - the closest is 3 kms away.
So I think I will be making lots of cauliflower pickle... do you have a good recipe?
As you can see above, there has been a tiny pick of snow peas but the glut of sugar snaps continues...
They are eaten off the vine, they are picked in and placed in distended t-shirts and and wicker baskets and they are eaten each night - some are even sent to Sydney - and still the stash in the fridge builds and builds. I need handier neighbours or need to start a market stall or an honesty box by the Snowy Mountains Hwy...that's an idea!
There has been pickings of lettuce - mostly red salad bowl and lots of rocket.
And there has been dill.
That's been the pick for the week. Hope your pick has been good.
I am contributing this post to Daphne's Harvest Monday. Pop over to hers to see others' harvests. They will be there when the earth turns a little more.