I'll be here from 8 - 12 noon, at my home, 2836 E Casto Lane (5060 So.) Holladay, 84117.
You are invited to come and get some harvest! RSVP before coming if possible.
If you don't see me right away, call my cell: 801-278-5313
Lots of tomatoes!
I hurt my back a little when I fell a few weeks ago. It's healing but my Chiropractor suggested I use an inversion table. I want to try it out before buying one to see if this is something I should invest in. Let me know if you have one I could use for a week or two OR have one that you are interested in selling.
Besides having a lot of harvest that still needs to be picked up SOON, I just picked up a TON of food from Meier's Catering.
ALL of this food needs to be gone, from my home, Holladay A Garden, within the next 24 hours!!
By 4 pm Friday, I hope to have it all distributed so act SOON!
IF YOU WANT FOOD....
Call or email me ASAP, email@example.com, 801-278-5313 to confirm when you are coming
Must be a Garden member OR member of our Outdoor Adventure Club
Bring your own containers, bags including hard containers to store food in
Call me when you arrive, 801-278-5313
Type of food available right now...
Hot Dog Buns
Peppers - mild & hot
Email, text or call me before coming to pick some up, anytime Thursday, Aug. 2nd, Holladay A Garden,, preferably in the morning, before 9 am when it's still cooler outside but anytime if fine if that doesn't work.
There is a nice assortment of produce right now so please let me know if you want some.
Don't go until you hear a confirmation from me, just to make sure there's still plenty left.
Look for the clip board next to the produce. Sign in. Bring your own bags.
Don't ring the door bell or anything, just sign in, take some food, and leave.
Right now there is no garden work at the Holladay A Garden.
We do need help in Holladay B Garden, however.
You can come later and help in that garden or any of our WEST side gardens, which are also very demanding right now... especially West Jordan and South Jordan A, B & C Gardens.
A lot of the produce you are eating at my home right now is coming out of our 3 South Jordan Gardens.
Thank you so much for helping us in any of our 14 gardens this year!
It is GREATLY appreciated!
I hope you enjoy this harvest!
Continue to watch this blog and the Garden Calendar to see where we need help the most.
There will be several fruit trees i.e. pear, etc. that need to be picked soon.
The photo above has collards rather than squash and no eggs or onion. Very simple and delicious!
Serves 4 - 6
1/8 c. Olive Oil
1 Zucchini or Yellow Squash, medium, thinly sliced
1 Yellow onion or green onions, thinly sliced
3 eggs, whisked together
2 c. Cooked White or Brown Rice OR Brown Rice/Quinoa Combo
My 3 favorite sauces to choose from:
1) ¼ - ½ c. Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce
2) ¼ - ½ c. Teriyaki Sauce
3) Yellow Curry Thai Sauce (I purchase this sauce from my favorite Thai Restaurant: Pawitt's Royale Thai Cuisine in Holladay)
In a hot skillet, add ingredients in the order given
Everything cooks in less than 5 minutes!
Optional: Add these before adding the sauce: Cooked chicken, pork, pineapple chunks, green onions, sliced green/red peppers, etc.
Cook Rice, Quinoa one of 3 ways: 1) Pressure Cooker 2) Skillet on a stove 3) Rice Cooker
I cook the two grains together
In a pressure Cooker:
2 c. Brown Rice
1/2 c. Quinoa
4 c. water
Bring to 8 lbs. pressureTurn off burner and cook for 25 minutes