This weeks harvest includes;
Beans (Long or short)
Your choice of eggplants or cucumbers
We had finally sweet rain last night and our fall seedlings look great this morning as well as the harvest for today. This year, since Ken and I got back from Korea we didn't have solid 'raining day off' throughout the summer. I call it 'raining day off' because the rain soaks the land and we cannot work in the garden for a day or two. Plants need those days badly and we need it sometimes.. It wasn't that much rain but still we are happy to see some water from sky not from our sprinkler..
Last Friday, we had a great addition to our farm family. Our mama cow Pam had delivered a baby cow! It was little earlier than expectation but we were all excited to watch amazing moment together here. He's doing great and follows mom everywhere. We started to milk Pam and started to feed that to our pigs. I know. I cannot wait for a CSA pig roast party as well!
Since we have beets for this week's harvest, I'm so excited to share the link for the beet cooking video with you again on the You Tube. Below is the link to the video.
Here's one more oriental recipe for squash from Nanam's recipe book;
Hobak Buchimgae (Squash Pancake)
1 Squash (300g)
3 chili peppers (green & red)
1/2 cup A/P Flour
1/2 cup Water
1 ts Salt
1. Remove the seeds and thin slice the squash. Finely chop chili peppers.
2. Put all ingredients in a bowl. Add egg and flour and mix all together.
3. Heat up your pan, add oil. Spread out the dough and griddle the pancake until the color turns to brownish yellow.