Well the main harvest for last week as the tittle says are Giant Purple Mustard and Wong Bok. The not so pretty wong bok are going to bolt soon so we harvested most of them. We transplanted cauliflower seedlings on the area that were growing wong bok last weekend. Giant purple mustard inter-planted with potatoes were also harvested with many holes on the leaves. In they go into Rayyan's ikea baby bathtub for a good washing to get rid of pest and dirt. Not good plastic quality as you can see the tub already broken on the sides. We recycled the baby bathtub to wash vegetables outside which is easier than in the sink.
Some rainbow chard were harvested too last week.
We harvested some Kennebec potatoes and a leek sowed last winter.
Made beef curry and cook the newly harvested potato together.
Tossed some chilies in for a good sweat in this cold winter night.
Rayyan tongue was on fire since he insisted to have a taste despite several warnings.
We have many not good looking vegetables this week~deformed Afghanistan carrot thinnings, peas that did not grow the size of usual pod, and very short sweet corns because the plants were about 50cm tall. Unattractive they look but taste good. Considering that they still managed to give us something for the kitchen in middle of winter. One long pepper bell did managed to turn red this week. Snow peas, chillies and yellow cherry tomato are still plenty to harvest which is good for the kitchen supply and at least we have something other than mustard and wong bok for last week.
For Wendy Garden To Table Challenge for this week is Anchovies Fried Rice. Since our sweet corns were not many and we have 5 people in the house so that everyone can have a taste, the kernels were taken out from the cob and toss into the fried rice.It has been such a busy week that I think we had fried rice 3 times last week. Sorry my boys, at least it is not instant food. Nothing wasted in the kitchen, having left over rice from yesterday and chopped fresh vegetables for a quick hot meal came out from the wok.