Yay, tomato season has arrived, just a few at first but I expect it won't be long before they're coming thick and fast. We've also had some sugar snap peas (variety Sugar Anne) from the back garden (from the odd plants that survived the slug onslaught) They were really good, nice and sweet and crunchy. Plus a bit of lettuce from some plants in the lean-to (all my ones in the garden have been slugged too).
The self-sown chard on the allotment has really picked-up. I cooked this lot in a pan (colourful stalks and greens) along with courgettes then packed them into a couple of containers for the freezer.
I'm away unexpectedly, so after the harvests above from early last week Jan has kindly taken on some of the allotment jobs, including picking the goodies.
She's made a couple of batches of these classic courgette and cheese muffins, they look good.
And a mixed pan of veggies (finished off with the classic 'stick an egg in it')
I'm looking forward to enjoying some more when I get back, yum.
Thanks for reading this week, I'm linking in with Harvest Monday hosted by Dave at Our Happy Acres