|Cold Frame, November 27th, 2013|
Here is the cold frame with the glass covers off. One morning so far was down to 18 degrees, and another to 19 degrees. Froze a lot of veggies, but not the covered lettuce. Even the collards those mornings looked really stressed and limp. After this noreaster and at least three inches of rain, the cold hardy crops have perked up quite a bit. Including this patch of ice encrusted kale that is going to be partially harvested for dinner tonight.
The greens after washing and then spinning in their high tech pillow case spinner. Neighbors wonder we we are doing twirling pillow cases on the deck. Filled the gallon bag beautifully to transport to the Turkey Day feast.
|Beautiful curly kale crop, November 27th, 2013|
|Saute with oil, garlic and onion, simply scrumptious|