Posts Written By: sue

Beet Salad recipe by Sue@Lmu

I found this recipe in my baking drawer while I was at my cottage over the 4th of July. I realized I had almost all the ingredients with me that I had grown at the…

Eggplant by Sue@Lmu

For the 1st year we finally managed to grow some eggplants. This is the 1st one I harvested and ate. It was divine. In the past they have been attacked and demolished by flea beetles.…

Bean mystery by Sue@Lmu

Bean mystery by Sue@Lmu
We have lost a lot of beans this year. I'm not sure what has done the damage. There are black spots that look like bites. There is also kind of a rusty appearance to the…

Cute Potatoes

Cute Potatoes
Wow it seems like there are lots of potatoes with growths this year. As I dug potatoes thursday I was entertained with what came up. Also some plants only have a couple potatoes and I…

Canning class at LMU

Canning class at LMU
This was our second canning class this year with Carol Brandon our county extension agent. We also are happy that this year we were able to have it in our own building. Mr. Bill had…

Today’s visit to the garden.

I browned a lb. of turkey sausage added in a couple chopped onions. Threw in some fresh chopped rosemary and parsley, then salt,pepper, a crushed boullion cube, chopped tomato,garlic and green pepper. Next a cup…

Garlic and other tidbits

I had to pick this tomato yesterday as it has a blemish so it's finishing it's ripening on my counter.  It's a heritage tomato saved by the Peter's family and my 1st tomato this year.…

Instant Love

Oh my goodness I just ran over to the garden to get a couple onions to make turkey enchilada's for dinner. Last week I had bought a Jicama at Kroger's and I thought oh what's…