I hope you're getting whatever rest that you can. When DP or I are sick we drink lots of hot water with a little orange juice and honey. You can even add a little rum, for medicinal purposes of course.I need to plant up another box and fill two more with dirt and mulch, but this flu/cold/covid thing is hanging around and dragging me down still. Who the heck knows what it is, but my butt is staying home and away from people so no big deal.
I rarely make stock with just one kind of bones anymore, it tastes great and clears out the freezer quicker. Roasting the bones and veg in the oven increases the flavor and complexity too.I started freezing bones of all sorts of things, I'm going to just throw it all in a pot & all it 'stock', lol. I've never done a mix before, but I think it sounds delish.
That looks so much better. If I'm stuck with stainless after I move I'm getting one of these.OH picked up a dishwasher cover from etsy and LOVE it.
It's stainless steel originally, but OH the drips from loading and unloading and fingerprints drove me NUTS.
I have so many tiny sweet potatoes I save a few and toss the rest. Careful where you toss them, they will sprout.. I always have sweet potatoes coming up in last year's bed from a tiny root I didn't find.My question is what do you all do with the tiny potatoes ( white or red potatoes) and the long, skinny, tiny, almost root, things that were trying to become sweet potatoes ? Can/ do you save them and plant them next year to be your potato starts? Or do you just toss them?
I fry up tiny potatoes whole in some bacon fat and a bit of butter. They're delicious! My favorite part of the harvest actually.Yesterday I dug for potatoes I was pleasantly surprised. I actually got some potatoes! Not a lot but more than I’ve gotten in the past.
My question is what do you all do with the tiny potatoes ( white or red potatoes) and the long, skinny, tiny, almost root, things that were trying to become sweet potatoes ? Can/ do you save them and plant them next year to be your potato starts? Or do you just toss them?
Of course my biggest, nicest potatoes were the ones I seemed to cut through with the shovel while digging for potatoes but at least I got some
Happy Thanksgiving everyone