Stars of the basket were the Parsnips. Although the five roots varied in size a lot, I think three of them were very respectable. The biggest one weighed just over 300 grams. And no wierd shapes this time, either!
The head of Broccoli was quite nice too - not big, because "Matsuri" is a miniature variety, but it tasted good (made into Broccoli and Stilton soup).
The Cavolo Nero is doing well this year. The leaves developing now are smaller than the earlier ones, but they are very clean, with very little insect damage. I'm picking individual leaves rather than whole heads, which spins out the crop for a lot longer.
Unusually for me I have a fair bit of nice Parsley on the go at present, so I'm using it as often as possible.
This is what the Parsnips looked like after being washed:
Now, I wonder if we have any goose fat in the fridge... Parsnips roasted in goose fat are SO delicious!