The past few weeks I have been swamped but enjoying many quick dishes with produce from my garden here’s a few down below. The tea is exceptionally good! The salads and quick toppings for tacos and sandwiches never gets old.
I really hate when my garden stops producing for the year because there’s no where to reliably get things like pear tomatoes and the meatiness of the tomatoes you grow in a garden. Swiss chard I have year round. Peppers once they start go well into the winter here in Northern California along with collard greens which get sweet with the cold chill.
Just picked tomatoes.Swiss Chard, pear tomatoes with fried chicken.Grilled up slices of tomatoes with the bacon and ham to make a breakfast sandwich.Quick taco lunch with beef ribs meet and pear and beef steak tomatoes from the garden.Her mixture from the garden to make tea with that has mint, chamomile, sage, rosemary, basil with freshly picked stevia to sweeten.Putting my garden tea mixture into the steamer.REady to brew my tea.The garden tea mixture takes on a nice hue even prior to it starting to brew.The brewing begins.Continude brewing of tea and steep time.Hot links and Italian spicy sausage with pear tomatoes and combination of ace, beef steak tomatoes with grilled basil and Swiss chard.Making a bloody Mary mix with garden tomatoes and herbs.More picked tomatoes.Smoked pulled pork on Hawaiian rolls topped with pear tomatoes and slaw made from Swiss Chard and cabbage from my garden.Smoked pulled pork on Hawaiian rolls topped with pear tomatoes and slaw made from Swiss Chard and cabbage from my garden.I wanted a late night salty snack and didn’t have any in the pantry so made my own. Buttered and salted corn tortilla on both sides with pear tomatoes and cheddar cheese.After the great taste of the late night snake the next day toasted pear tomatoes from garden again alongside corn tortillas and then made tacos with smoked beef ribs and smoked pulled pork. I threw some Pablo and jalapeno peppers in the mix from the garden as well.