Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Final Harvest From The Greenhouse

This is what I foraged yesterday while cleaning up and putting the greenhouse to bed for the winter. After 15 years of not being able to grow any of the above in my foggy, cool, north coast garden, this is richness unsurpassed.
We made a quick pesto with the basil last night which was then smeared on catfish filets and pan-seared. Sorry, no photo. They were gobbled up too quickly.


Gobble, gobble





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12 comments:

christine said...

Just wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving, Christine! :)

Paz said...

Wonderful harvest. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Paz

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Christine

Anonymous said...

ps previous message from Anne

Mar said...

Que maravilla!!!, una explosión de color y sabor!!!

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

That is a most welcome bounty! And beautiful!
And the catfish sounds perfect!

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful! I look forward to the day when I can "pass the mantle" of cooking the dinner to one of my kids! But for now, I'm still the chief cook, but at least they do all the clean-up!

Paula from Only Cookware said...

Wow, they look great. There is nothing like growing your own.

anna maria said...

I just finished dinner, but for some reason that photo and the mention of fish with pesto made me hungry all over again.
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

Jann said...

This is quite a haul~what beautiful looking peppers and that basil! Do you not grow anything in your greenhouse during the winter months? Flowers?Herbs?

sher said...

That's wonderful! I had to pull up my tomatoes and peppers long ago.

Catherine said...

lovely! Reminds me of my grandfather's greenhouse bounty in England. happy days!