My harvests this week have been very meagre. Since I was away for part of the week, then sick for 36 hours, and then the weather turned bad, I have not been out in the garden much anyway.
The Summer crops, with the exception of the salads, have finished, and the Winter crops are not yet fully mature. The Endive probably counts as an Autumn crop for me, and we've had some nice ones. This one accompanied a steak and chips meal on Saturday evening:
We only eat the blanched inner leaves, so one plant is usually just enough for one - possibly two - meals for the two of us.
Maybe this can qualify as a harvest? My first ripe "Alberto's Locoto" Rocoto chilli.
It's only one, but I have more coming along. I'm bringing them indoors to ripen them more quickly. When I have enough I'll cook something with them.
Picking just the odd one or two chillis each day soon adds up when you have as many plants as I have:
The ones along the top of that tray are the Brazilian Starfish ones, mostly still green. They are not very exciting, in terms of flavour, at the green stage, so I will let them ripen before I use them.
Well that's all I have to offer for this week's Harvest Monday. I think you had better go over to Dave's site at Our Happy Acres to see if someone else has produced anything more impressive!