Last month, I had no harvest to report for Garden Bloggers Harvest Day. :(
But this month, I have harvests to report. Boy, do I have harvests to report! What have I been harvesting?
Squash. Lots and lots and lots (and lots) of squash.
I've given away squash. I've eaten squash. Squash fried, squash boiled, squash sauteed, squash casseroles, squash bread. Squash. I've tried almost every recipe I can find using squash. I've eaten so much squash it's a joke at my house. "What's for supper?" "Squash."
This is just one basketful of squash. There have been many basketfuls of squash harvested. I may end up with an entire freezer full of squash, too. I guess it will be appreciated if/when the squash vines stop making more squash.
Whenever that will be.
Oh! And I almost forgot. I harvested carrots, too.
I like carrots better than squash. Carrots are a reasonable vegetable. They make one carrot, you pull them up, and they don't continue to multiply. Unlike squash.
I'm actually quite proud of our carrots (they're Mr. Holleygarden's, really, and he is very proud of them). The squash? Ask me later on how I feel about them. Right now, I've got to go make supper.
We're having squash.