Thursday, September 22, 2011

leek harvest



I yanked the Leeks out of the garden and pulled a few other things to add to the pot.

Hot Leek and Potato Soup.

I smile at the fact that God made Cayenne Peppers red.
It is a good color for them.

The carrots?
I bet you can tell which ones felt cramped in their quarters.




8 comments:

  1. I'm sure that cramped or not they'll be plenty tasty. Your soup sounds so good, which reminds me that I must get back to MGCC and report in on the Cheeseburger Soup we had last night for supper...oh my!

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  2. That will surely be a good soup! I wonder what sort of bread will be served with it?

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  3. Harvesting time is a good eating time..reminds me that I must go do some harvesting in my garden. Among other things, I planted a couple of sweet potatoes, shall see what happened with those.

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  4. That is one curvy carrot. I think I can smell your soup across the valley.

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  5. Cramped carrot and lanky leek soup...sounds good to me! It's a soupy kind of day out there today.

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  6. I'm off to make soup having been inspired by your post. Leek and Potato sounds very good on this cool rainy fall day.

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  7. Who cares if the carrots felt cramped...I'm sure in your tummy they taste wonderful. Nothing like fresh soup from the garden.
    I can tell you have really enjoyed it...next year it will be bigger and better?

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  8. I love anything with leeks in it! Yum! Your garden has really yielded a nice bounty!

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