I helped my buddy harvest his spuds this morning and I came home with a bunch of fresh veggies.
He had 3 kinds of potatoes - reds, whites and blues (gotta love the guy!). He did the best job planting the whites. The blues and the reds, well...
I'm guessing he ended up with about 30 pounds of potatoes. Not a huge amount, but he didn't plant that many of them. He actually learned a lot more about what NOT to do, so he's expecting big things from next year's harvest.
He also pulled up some onions yesterday, and had them out drying -
He gave me about 5 pounds of the potatoes, some onions, leeks, tomatoes, carrots, zucchini and squash.
The leeks are amazing. Small girth, but the aroma is huge. A cross between garlic and onion. You NEVER get this strong of a smell from store-bought leeks.
I think this will all go quite well with a roasted pork loin. Yes, indeed...
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