I have somehow managed to scrape together another small harvest! And when I say "small", I mean "small"...
That is the last of my Celeriac. Unfortunately, it is only approximately the size of a tennis ball.
This past year I grew 4 Celeriac plants. One rotted before reaching a useable size, and the other three were disappointingly small. The one seen above was the smallest. I think I'll give Celeriac a rest for a while, and try something else!
During the week I also picked the very last of the Brussels Sprouts, which I have already written about:
Even after preparation for cooking, there was still a decent amount of useable material.
The basis of the soup was stock made with the carcass of a roast chicken (gravy and all, hence the dark colour...), but it also included buckwheat noodles, Chinese Leaves (aka Napa Cabbage), and wafer-thin sliced pork. Additional flavourings were onion, garlic, galangal, Spring Onion and chilli. Let me assure you, this soup was wonderful!
This is my entry for Harvest Monday, hosted by Dave at Our Happy Acres.