New Year’s Day Field to Feast

Happy New Year Everyone,

New Year's Day Veggies

New Year’s Day Veggies

This morning I was invited to a New Year’s Day dinner, and with very little time and not much in my pantry, I ran over to Rayn or Shine to see what I still had in my garden.

I knew there were still beets, and to my absolute delight I discovered these wonderful and shapely parsnips, buried deep in the soil,  a handful of purple topped turnips, and the last of the leeks.  I drizzled them all in olive oil, added a few sprigs of rosemary and thyme, sprinkled over a bit of balsamic vinegar and roasted them while I got ready for my party.

Roast Winter Veggies

Roasted Winter Veggies

I have never grown a winter garden before and am so thrilled to be able to pull this wonderful bounty out of  the ground on New Year’s Day.

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One Response to New Year’s Day Field to Feast

  1. Patti says:

    Congratulations on your first Winter Harvest and the first of 2013!

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