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Friday, November 4, 2016

Green Tomatoes in November

Can't beat the color lately.






As you can see, the front paddock is still a muddy mess...
so is the outdoor arena (not to mention the standing water).



 After chores I changed my clothes and made myself
 drive down to Agape.
Somehow I managed to do 20 minutes on the elliptical, 20 on the bike and 5 on the treadmill.
It sure would be nice if I could get back in the exercise groove.
 After lunch I decided to make a pot of butternut squash/apple soup.
I large squash.
 2 cups of onions.
 2 apples.
 First I sauteed the onions in a combo of butter and olive oil.
When they were translucent I added the squash, apples 1 cup of water, 1 cup of cider,
salt, pepper and a tablespoon of good chicken stock (organic paste).
 When everything was fork tender I put it through the food processor.
 Returned it to the pot and added a little milk to thin it out.
 Easy and outstanding flavor.

After that, the pups and I went out to the garden



 and I picked tomatoes....
 mostly green/a few red.
 Also found some cauliflower.
 This is truly the end of the glads. 
 It is the third time I have cut them back.

 Should be able to squeek out a couple more days.
 Around 5pm, the setting sun was blasting through the west windows.
 Dinner was delicious.
 Salad-mixed greens, apples, golden raisins, bananas and peanuts.
 Carina's multi grain bread...
and the soup.


Night all.


3 comments:

  1. And of all your photos today, the last one was my favourite. Your tomatoes are lasting so well. Glads too.

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  2. Our neighbours tomatoes are the same. Hoping to have some of our own next year! I hate the mud! The dog keeps tracking footprints through the house here too.

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  3. You make the best dishes and have the yummiest looking foods to eat!
    We are dry now thank goodness. The crops can get picked!

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