Carrots, Green Peppers, Zucchini, Green Beans, Onions, Yellow Squash and Tomato
The weather here in Ohio was rain, rain, rain. Then it became dry, dry, dry. It enabled us to get our hay baled and in the barn. We finally watered my garden, though it isn’t all I had hoped it would be by now, but then, surprisingly it became more than enough and then some I learned, by preparing this wonderful meal that my husband Jeff and I picked from the garden then cooked up together!
Enjoy my picture recipe and my life lesson learned from the farm.
Saute until tender but not mushy.
Our first yellow squash of the season.
Green Peppers & Onions for flavor.
Now this is the best, a real beefy Brandywine tomato. OMG
What a meal. Picked from my farm garden! Totally blessed my Heart.
So here’s the thing: I was feeling disappointed with my garden. Why? Because, while we were out yard-saleing last weekend, we drove by a garden that was prolifically growing and manicured beyond measure that I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was one you might expect to see in a magazine, not in one’s neighborhood, or so I thought. I felt disappointment back at home when I looked at mine in comparison. But remember this, it is not good to covet; Wanting what others have. It is best to be thankful in all things. So I gave thanks, picked our produce, asked Jeff to put a couple steaks on the grill, and we became chefs, chattering and sipping our Oliver Soft Red Wine. Once complete, my husband and I dined as if we were king and queen of Cherry Ridge Farms! And you know what, we are.